Question about 2008 Dodge Avenger
Well it seams that Power disconnected, I mean do you have any security device kind of remote security device , it have power shut down from there for security reasons... so check it from there ...
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
do not suspect computer.
1 the new battery may not have been charged from the store so would need to be charged before use, charge new battery on a charging set and see if this resoves the problem. *or use slave leads and start from a second vehicle)
2 your alternator may not be charging the battery so after a while it will just die. use a volt meter and check that volage is increaseing to your battery when the engine is running.
if not suspect alterantor defective and may need replacement.
Posted on Nov 13, 2009
I'm not sure where you got your alternator tested, but recently I was in the same situation with my 1998 avenger and the alternator was at fault
Posted on Jan 11, 2011
Sounds like a dead battery and possibly a malfunctioning charging system to me. Trust me, I have seen weirder tings happen as the result of a shorted cell in a battery. It needs to be tested with a battery tester that can test the impedance of the battery cells. Please note that an old-fashioned battery "carbon pile" load tester cannot do this.
I have even seen engines that would crank normally and not start because the shorted cell was giving reverse polarity feedback to the computer system during cranking. Just because your lights are coming on, does not mean that your battery is in good condition or that it is fully charged.
I have also seen many Engine Control Modules and Body Control Modules replaced by mechanics that failed to properly test the charging system before making such a judgement. Module failures do happen, but they are RARE.
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Posted on Aug 19, 2011
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