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Re: flashing running lights
It sounds like you have a security system that has had the sound disconnected. now if this is the case you need to find out if it is a factory or aftermarket. usually if it is a aftermarket system the box for it should be on the driver side under the dash. now don't go just cutting wires these systems tap into some of the major wire harness. get info off the box and contact the manufacturer for a wire schematic. this will allow you to cut and splice the correct wires. good luck
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The battery is run down too low. When the light came on, alternator stopped working- the vehicle ran off the battery, until the lights and other electricals ran the battery down too low. Recharge the battery, and have the alternator tested. It will probably need replacing. If you bring it into a parts store, they will test it for free.
sounds like a dead battery. Does it run while it is hooked to jumper cables and then die when they are disconnected? If so then you could have a dead alternator as well. The battery is primarily used to start the vehicle and then run all the electrical options. The alternators job is to recharge the battery and run the engine.
You need to reprogram the security system. Hook up a battery charger. Turn the key on, the security light should flash. Leave the key on until the light stops flahing.(11 minutes) Turn the key off for 20 sec. Turn the key on, do the same thing a second time, turn the key off. Turn the key on. Do this a third time. After the third 11 minutes and the light is off, Start the truck.
Some months ago I began starting the engine of my 2001 Chrysler 300M
but turned it of before it really started "was sloppy with the key".
The anti-theft system went on for some unknown reason. I disarmed it by
disconnecting one of the battery connections under the hood with a
wrench. I connected it again, the anti-theft system was off but the
battery was dead. Battery was OK after recharging, I have had no
trouble since then.