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Immobilizer system My vehicle started but, went off. Restarted running ok, but system immobilizer light is on. Nothing on dash seems to respond. When I drive wont show miles, gas etc... Feels like the suv is forcing when I'm driving it but the light wont go off. What can it be?

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This is a very common problem on 1998 dodge caravan, voyager, t and County. You have a cracked circuit board in your instrument cluster. It is a dealer item. You can remove your cluster and install the circuit board yourself to save money but after the install you will have to take the vehicle back to the dealer to have it calibrated before the tach and the speedometer will work.

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I had the same problem and it happen to be my battery. 05 Town and country lx.

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SOURCE: Vehicle will not start, will not turn over, then it does.

Hi ya George,
Sorry to hear about your annoying dilima,
This is a tough one too. Something that quits and stays quit we can find but this type is hard to trace down. It is pointing to an ignition modual under the distributor. The dang thing starts to go out and one minute it works fine and the next it quits on you.
This little 2 dollar in parts item is the biggest scam the auot industry ever did to rip off the public.
But if you want to get your heart pumping good then wait until you price one. If you want a good laugh then call the chyrsler dealership and ask them what they want for one.
This part sends out so many symptoms so you will go and buy all these unnesessary parts, like ta fuel pump that this part shut down or the coil it turns off.
Any ay i can save you a few hundred bucks if it is the culprit. Please note that I am guessing from the other side of the country in washington state and would like you to be kind with the thumbs up thing.
You can decide if you want to try my idea or wait until you spent a bundle on all the other parts.
The good thing is if it turns out it is not the part then you will have one handy when it does go out.
The thing I want you to do is have a hair dryer handy and the next time it won't start whil;e sitting at home then run an extention cord out to the rig. Take the distributor cap off leaving the wires on it and setting it aside. The modual is the little half moon looking box wrapped around the center shaft generally black in color. I want you to heat it up good and warm through and through but do not melt it. Hold the dryer back a bit to give the heat time to sink in.
When you have done this then replace the cap securly and remove the dryer out of the belts and fans way. go ahead and try to start it. If it runs then we more then likly found the problem but even if it doesn't it does not mean it is not this peice. back to the auto industries wiley ways. All this piece did was replace the 7 dollar set of points.
Let me know if and when your do this trick and how it turns out, I will tell you where to get one for about 30 to 50 bucks. You balk at that but make a few calls to the parts store and then you will see i am saving you a bunch. Get back to me soon, Raz

Posted on Apr 19, 2010

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OK, if the vehicle won't start and the service immobilizer light is on then I would definitely take it to the dealer in order to have the key programmed to the computer, again.

Did the battery go dead lately? Is there a code associated with it not starting, as in the immobilizer function lamp?

or the key is not programmed to the ecm?

P0633 Immobilizer Key Not Programmed ECM/PCM
This is just a possibility to look into.

Posted on Oct 12, 2010

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It sounds like a sensor is intermittantly loosing the data stream. Since the engine light came on, I would go to a reputable shop and have them check for codes. Many auto parts stores will do this as well and sometimes for free. Can't beet free. If I were to guess I would say something like the camshaft postion sensor is going bad, Or the crankshaft postion sensor, Or something like that. The code will tell which one it is.

Good luck, and if you have any further questions please....ask!

Posted on Apr 17, 2011

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