Question about 2000 Chrysler Town & Country
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
make sure there is no inline fuse in the cable.if so check to see if it is open also make sure the wire connections are secure this can cause an overheating concern
Posted on Nov 30, 2008
You may have a stuck closed thermostat, if it overheats within 10 minutes or so. I would verify the cooling fan/s are coming on. The worst case, would be a blown head gasket.
Posted on May 29, 2010
SOURCE: car cranks good but won't start
Hello... I applaud all the work you have done so far... A car basically needs ignition, fuel and compression to run. I will leave the compression for last.
But lets do some simple checks.. Even though parts are replaced, check to make sure you have a strong spark, use a spark tester. They are cheap.
Check all powers and grounds running from the ignition system This includes all wires and power cables from the fuse box.
It sounds like something is loss...
I would also have the computer scanned with a scanner to see if there are any codes stored.
Good Luck.... Post back with fix... Thanks
Posted on Jun 16, 2010
Its possible that the Starter is bad. But check your Starter relay first. If you use jumper cables and bridge the main cable on one side of the Relay to the opposite side, and it works, the Relay is bad. About $15 for the part.
When you test for Battery voltage, hook the POS end of your charger to the Battery side of the Relay. If your Battery post is dirty, you may have 12 or more Volts at the Battery, but nothing at the Solenoid. Then you just need to clean the cable and try it.
If you get the Van to run, you can always go to Autozone or Oreillys and have them do a Starter draw test. Then you will be confident about the Starters' condition and you will not have to remove it for nothing. The tests are free as well as them using a scanner on your vehicle.
Posted on Nov 28, 2010
Is it possible you blew the head gasket and now you don't have compression on all cylinders ?
Posted on Jun 25, 2013
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