Question about 2005 Chrysler Pacifica
Well the alternator only gets involved after the engine starts.
And yes the security system could lock out the engine from starting.
You would need to find out if the chip in the key has failed. If you don't have a spare key, you may need the dealer or a locksmith to take a look.
The engine computer grounds a starter relay in the fuse box when the key switch is turned to start. So that relay, or the neutral safety switch could also be faulty. You should be able to jumper that relay and make the engine crank.
Posted on Jul 19, 2013
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