Question about Chrysler 300C
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: The car cranks but won't start
Ok, check the following below--
1. Check the Ignition control Module for its operational value. it may be damaged.
2. Check the coils.
3. Check the plugs and wires.
4. Check the ECM/PCM/ECU(All represent the same device that is commonly known as the engine control computer)
Check these areas thoroughly for faults. I would also advise to replace the fuel filter and fuel pump as well.
Posted on May 31, 2009
Check the safety switch on trans to see if the power is getting to it for the start circuit. If this switch gets old and worn it will drop the voltage so much that it wont start. If it does have voltage then check the wiring to the solenoid for voltage from the battery. The solenoid wire is easy to remove and test with test ligt and a second set of eyes to watch the light when you turn switch
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
SOURCE: chrysler voyager wont start
hi, have exactly the same problem on a 2000 2.5 tdi, have rectified it by removing first fuse at top of box. This controls central locking, stereo & interior lights so now I just have to trace fault. when you reconnect battery I hear a relay clicking from both the left & right hand sides which seems to be on the bulkhead, these relays are not releasing and are discharging the battery after 3 days. If you can live without the above try it, your odometer light will go off too.
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Posted on Apr 06, 2010
One of the many low drain "always on" circuits is drawing too much current, taking the battery down at night. Security and memory functions are likely candidates. You are going to have to get this diagnosed as it will never fix itself. The poor man's way to fix it is to pull out one fuse at a time every evening when you come home. Eventually you will remove a fuse and find that the car starts the next morning as it should, without a jump. That means you have identified the circuit the bad component is on and you make a choice as to get it fixed or live without it.
Posted on May 03, 2011
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