Question about 1999 Chrysler 300M
Battery was disconnected entirely,then reconnected! Now car has no power when starting! The horn will usally chirp when reconnected,it did not make sound this time. No power is available,like battery is not installed! Please help asap, would prefer a direct solution to this problem. not past answers from 2,3 years ago! Thankyou.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
THIS IS CAUSED BY A DEFECTIVE STARTER MOTOR SOLENOID, REMOVE AND REPLACE THE STARTER OR JUST REPLACE THE SOLENOID ON TOP OF THE STARTER IF YOU CAN BUY IT SEPERATE.
Posted on Jul 04, 2009
you may have to bring it to a dealer to reset the anti theft system,see also if the relay for the starter and PCM are gtting power.
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
The first thing that you should do is to make sure that the battery is fully charged, and then try and turn the crankshaft to be sure that the engine flywheel is not caught up on the starter drive gear, and engine is not seized up.
Make sure that the battery posts and the battery cable terminals are clean, dry, and tight. Even if the battery connections look clean, you should actually remove the battery terminals and make sure that the terminals where they connect to the battery and the battery posts themselves are clean, dry, and they should be shiny where they connect, and they should not be dull or oxidized, if they are then clean them up with a wire brush or you can buy a special battery cleaning brush from any auto parts store. Make sure that the battery cables are not heavily corroded under the wire insulation.
Make sure there are no loose battery cable connections at the starter, and that the battery ground cable is good and tight where ever it is connected to on the engine.
If all of the above checks out alright and the battery is fully charged, then you should replace the starter.
Posted on Apr 26, 2010
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