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Chrysler grand voyeger engine imoblis and alarm icon stays on set only way i get the engine started again is to disconect the battery negative terminal

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Had the same problem today! Its likely to be the 21 pin plug behind the heater control panel. Remove the long plastic strip under the control panel (prise of gently, held on by 2 clips) remove 2 screws behind this and 2 screws above on panel. The whole lot should easily come away. There will be 3 plugs, remove all three and try to start the car. If it starts your problem would be the earth. Hope it helps.

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