Question about 2005 Chrysler 300
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Air conditioning
Should be near the accumulator on the passenger side firewall. The accumulator is the thing that looks like a canister with a clamp around it. It holds the liquid freon for the a/c system and has a blue cap with an L on it.
Posted on Apr 25, 2009
FOLLOW THE TWO LINES COMING OFF THE AC COMPRESSOR THEY BOTH HAVE FITTINGS FOR CHARGING THE BIG ONE IS THE LOW SIDE THE SMALL ONE IS FOR VACUMING THE SYSTEM OUT
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
Code 23= Blend door feedback control
On cars with automatic climate control: To enter diagnostic mode, set the temperature to 75F, press the the off button. Press Floor, Defrost\Floor, Front Defrost simutaneously for 3 seconds until the temperature display begins to flash.
On cars without automatic climate control, set the blower to any speed, turn the temperature control in between warm and cold. Press Floor, Defrost\Floor, and Front Defrost. All codes will flash via the Front Defrost button.
When the test is over all fault codes will be displayed (on cars without automatic climate control, they will be blinked out on the Front Defrost button).
23 Blend door feedback control
24 ATC mode door feedback failure
25 Ambient temperture sensor failure
26 ATC in-car sensor
27 Sun sensor failure
31 ATC recirculate door stall failure
32 ATC blend door failure
33 ATC mode door stall failure
34 Engine temperture sense failure
35 Evap temperature sense failure
36 ATC head command failure
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
SOURCE: 2006 Chrysler 300, no start
It is all about troubleshooting. Possible causes are a dead battery. Did someone try to steal it and cut the wrong wires underneath?
The starter solenoid could be bad.
If the headlights stay bright when you try to start the car then it is not the battery. if you hear clicking and the headlights are very dim then it is likely to be the battery. If you have full battery with good cable connections and you get very active clicking but no starts then the solenoid on the starter has burned contacts. if battery is good but no clicking when trying to start then the problem is in the key area or alarm system.
All the areas mentioned above are place to start and troubleshooting steps.
Posted on Mar 09, 2010
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