Question about 2004 Chrysler Pacifica
My car was serviced and they replaced the engine bolts that were bad. since then, the car was towed twice because it died once and the second time it just would not start in the driveway. Each time, the car started fine at the repair shop and they could not find anything wrong with it. Now it is sitting dead in my driveway again. The tow truck driver who towed it the last time thought that it might be the alarm. When you go to start it, everything electrical works, lights come on, etc. The repair shop asked me if there was any clicking noise when I try to start it, but there is not even one click. I can't believe that I will have to tow it again. I thought it might be possible to disable the alarm system and see if that is the problem. However, I have no clue how to disable it. Any help would be appreciated.
Try grounding the engine, they may have moved, removed, or broken the ground straps.
Take a jumper cable from the black(NEG) post to a bolt or clean piece of metal on the the engine.
And see if it starts.
Also check the connection at the starter, in case they had it disconnected during the repair.
Hope this helps.
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Print Here is how to do it,if it does'nt fit right make sure you have the right thermostat.
CAUTION Never remove pressure cap with the system hot and under pressure because serious burns from coolant can occur.
Fig. View of the coolant outlet connector (1) and thermostat housing (2)-3.5L engine
View of the coolant outlet connector (1) and thermostat housing (2)-3.5L engine
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