Question about Cars & Trucks
My car just cut off on me while I was driving one day. I pulled over and immediately tried to re-start it. It made the noise as if it were going to start up but it never turned over. I took it to a guy that does mechanic work and he suggested that it may have been the crank sensor so I purchased one of those and had that replaced. The car still will not crank. He also checked the timing change and the fuel pump and those two items were ruled out. He suggested that I take it to the dealer to get it resolved. Anyone have any possible solutions prior to me doing that?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2000 Chrysler Concorde
These engines are known for the water pumps and/or the timing chains hydraulic tensioner failing and causing the timing to jump time. And checking the timing on these engine is not easy unless you can get a scan tool that can tell you if the cam and crank are in sync. If it says out of sync it has most likely jump time.
Posted on Feb 16, 2009
switch on your car but don't start it, let it stay in that position for a few minutes. after start your car, if starts without problems then your problem is your fuel pump. but if problem is still there then it could be your fuel filter or timing of your car.
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
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