Question about 2008 Dodge Charger
It sounds like the solenoid is stuck (the lump on the side of the starter motor). Or maybe just a corroded or loose connection on one of its cable connectors.
Posted on Dec 29, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
check your key remote if it is not programmed the alarm will go into the kill switch mode and will not allow you to start your engine Having the same trouble with one of my keys I haven't found a way to reprogram it without calling dealer and paying a chunk.
Posted on Aug 04, 2008
SOURCE: 2005 v6 dodge magnum wont start.
Your battery is probably ready to be replaced. It needs a long slow charge or when you try to jump start with another car, you need to leave the jumper cables on for 20 or 30 mins at least. This will bring up the level of your battery and perhaps it will start.
For future reference the only true measure of a battery;s condition is by measuring the state of the electrolyte in the battery. To do this you need 2 things. Onew is a small charger. Not a bad thing to have with winter coming on. You can get one for under $30. The second thing is a hydrometer. This is a meter that tells you the specific gravity of a batteries electrolyte> you can get on for under $5. To use this device you take the covers off the top on the battery, put the rubber tube into the battery and draw up some liquid.. A reading in the green is good condition. One has to check all 6 cells, because what typically happens is 4 od 5 cells will check good and the others will not. TIME to replace the battery.BTW, these measurements should always be made after the battery has been charged.
Hope this helps Good luck Loringh PS Please leave a rating Thanksl
Posted on Nov 12, 2008
It could be your neutral safety switch. Try putting it in neutral and turning key. If it makes a difference you'll need to have the switch changed. Could also be a loose, broken or corrided wire on starter
Posted on Feb 28, 2012
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