Question about Dodge Charger
I have an 08 dodge charger. A few days ago my engine light came on for 2 days then it went away. About 4 days later my car wouldnt start. I have been noticing a delay in starting for about a year, but was told that is normal. My ehadlights come on and I can hear the ding noise. Doors lock and unlcok trunk opens, but windows do not roll down and none of my gauges work no lights in my dash. Cannot take out of park. Does not even crank, makes no noise when I try to start. I tried switching starter relay around and it didnt work. Do i need to buy new? Please help!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Engine Control Module Relay
check fuses door wires starter there is a central locking and alarm modual could be faulty.
pull back rubber inbetween doors and see if wires are broken.
Posted on Nov 30, 2008
Crank sensor can translate heat. Not allowing restart after the turbo heat radiates in the area. Try a wad of aluminum foil in front of the crank sensor(on the block behind the turbo) . It protects it from heat and its a cheep test. If this works you can make a better sheild or leave the foil.
Posted on Feb 18, 2009
the battery says 12 volts but may be dropping to 4 or 5 under a load...i would suggest jumpstarting the car and see what happens.the battery should read in the high 12 volts and not less than 9.5 under cranking. the dash lights go out on your car when starting,and the alarm will go off ,and disable the ignition if the voltage is too low in cranking the car because the computer will shut it down and activate the anti theft.....check your battery posts are tight. best of luck
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
Make sure all the fuses are good. Check the fuse panel inside the car and the fuse box under the hood. Find the starter relay and swap it with another one and see if the starter works. If that didn't make any difference, try this:Make sure the transmission is in park, emergency brake on. Turn the ignition key on. Find where the positive battery cable is attached to the starter. Attach one end of a jumper cable to the connection. Take the other end of the jumper cable and ground it against the starter solenoid where the wires are connected. This should start the car, or at least make the starter work.If the car starts but won't stay running, then it is probably the security system at fault. If you went to a dealership for the new switch and keys, you probably paid quite a bit for it.There is a cheaper way to fix it, and it will last forever. It's a bypass system from a company called New Rockies. I think you should check out this website: http://newrockies.ca/vatsbypass.
Posted on Jan 02, 2011
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