Question about 1994 Chrysler LeBaron
I had my car warming up because of the cold here in Michigan. Unfortunately because of that cold the automatic locks delayed slightly so even after I hit the unlock switch and closed the door, they locked anyway, with the keys in and the car running. After about 20 minutes the car died. I Don't know why. Initially I thought it had just overheated, but I did not see any coolant overflowing and it has a new radiator, thermostat, and plenty of coolant. Sometimes the fan doesn't come on though.
Anyway, I went to start it the next day after I had unlocked the doors with a hangar (which is great fun in the dead of winter btw) but now the car will not start at all. It will crank it just won't start. I can clearly hear the fuel pump come on and it does have gas. I thought maybe a fuel line froze, but it was about 40 degrees today and should have thawed if that were the case. It still won't start.
Besides checking for spark, where should I go from here? Im layed off and really can't afford a tow to the shop. Is there any way to check for computer codes without taking it in somewhere? Other ideas?
A map sensor can keep you car from starting. But i have the problem of my car surging and running rough. Used to only happen in park but seems to do it even while driving now. But as for your fan not running all the time it could be your fan relay,temperature sensor or a bad ground. Hope this helped. Good luck. mrsgoodroach
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
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