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Put a battery in a 99 intrepid. tried two other batteries they werent holding a charge. but they did start the car. so i bought a new battery and when i hooked up the last cable the horn honked one time. now the car wont start. no one seems to now why. i tried starting fluid. check fuses. cant figure it out. cant put in the shop spent all my money fixing the brakes tagging and insureing it.

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  • Keith Heavilin
    Keith Heavilin May 11, 2010

    Did you hook the battery cables up correctly?  Have you tried taking the battery back to where you purchased it from and having them exchange it for you so you can try a new one?

  • Richard Scordino May 11, 2010

    if you have a security system it tripped. Don't know if chrysler uses the same system in all their cars but you can try locking and unlocking drivers door with the key. It only takes a minute so at least you won't waste any time trying it out.

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Yes, security system, try drivers & passengers doors & unlock with key.

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