Question about 2000 Chrysler Town & Country
When I turn the key it does nothing, doesn't make and sounds nothing. The battery is new and alternator is too. there's a light that says alarm set that is on the upper dash that is on
Try disconnecting the battery, insert key and turn to on position, then connect battery.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I don't have a solution, but my 2000 town and country does the same thing. I just bought it a month ago and it started about a week after I bought it. I took it to my mechanic and he said the starter post were dirty and cleaned them, said that should fix it. Needless to say it's still doing it. I would love to know the reason as well. Anyone have any suggestions.
Posted on Mar 07, 2010
but in my car it start with jump and again if i dont start for 24 hrs. battery gets dead. every time if i dont use my car for 24 hrs i need to jump start my car
Posted on May 06, 2010
SOURCE: I have a 2002 Chrysler
I hate to say this to you but make sure the engine is not locked up. If you can turn the engine, either by pulling on the belt, or by putting a wrench on the crankshaft bolt, try another starter. If you can't turn it, try another engine. (sorry for the insensitive attempt at humor)
Posted on Aug 17, 2011
The reason the battery light is on is that the charging system voltage is below the battery voltage, this means the charging system is not working correctly, since you already replaced the Alternator for I assume the same problem, unless you got a defective rebuilt (which is poss if bought from Autozone or one of the other discount parts stores) the charging system problem is not the Alternator but lies elsewhere in the electrical system. Use a volt meter and check the voltage at the battery cables with the engine running at high idle (at least 1000 RPM) the voltage should be at least 13.4 to about 14.2 Volts DC. This is also most likely the cause of the light that is on that you say looks like a pump due to the low charging system voltage. As to the radio it is in theft lock, this happens anytime the battery is disconnected, you will need to enter the unique security code for your radio, if you are not the original owner this may be a problem, as the little card with the code and the instructions to enter it often gets misplaced. You will likely end up at the dealer who can access the Chrysler factory computer and retrieve the code, there may be a charge for this.
Posted on Nov 30, 2011
if this is the service light, you could try 1.Disconnect battery for couple of minutes. 2. on trip meter button hold in and turn ignition on wait till light goes out in possibly 10-15 seconds
Posted on Nov 15, 2012
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