Question about 2000 Chrysler Cirrus
The car will start and run but when you turn off battery is died can my alarm be the problem it blinks you can she it through the headlight
Sure, if you let the alarm drain the battery, this can destroy any stock battery.
The car batteries are not like golf carts and are not deep discharge rated. (so can be damaged)
so charge the battery, if it wont hold a charge, it is bad.
if it discharges silently, and darkly parked , that is phantom discharge
if is discharges , driving that is a engine charge system failure.
parked over night discharging is phantom discharging.
if the alarm goes off and stays in alarm , then dont use, it.
if the battery is happy with the alarm defeated then the Alarm is bad.
The battery measure 12.6vdc charged,(rested) "voltmeter"
and running measures, 13.3 to 15vdc at idle.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: radio lock
Try this if it works to your unit;
During the code request mode, while holding the DISP key depressed, press and hold the Volume UP or DOWN key for 3 seconds (so that “…” disappears).
Then using your remote enter your code.
Press the "Auto" button and "Track up" on face of radio at the same time. The four dash lines ( . . . . ) should "disappear".
Then using your remote enter your code.
Model# DPX-4020 and DPX-4030
Press and hold the 1 then the 6 preset key (preset keys are the buttons on face of radio for storing you "favorite" radio stations). "C" should display.
Then using your remote, enter your code.
Enter your number from the remote control unit. Your code number is 5227 (KCAR)
* Press numeric key “5” ( 2 times ) and press the Track UP/Next Track key
* Press numeric key “2” ( 3 times ) and press the Track UP/Next Track key
* Press numeric key “2” ( 1 time ) and press the Track UP/Next Track key
* Press numeric key “7” ( 2 times ) and press the Track UP/Next Track key
hope this may help;
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Posted on Sep 07, 2008
SOURCE: car dies while driving
I would lean more towards the fuel filter...
I had this problem before. The dealer had the car for a week and could not find the problem...
I decided to do a full tune up to see if that would help (which I should have done since the begining...) and found that the fuel filter was full of what I can only describe as mud...
How can this happen? Well, if you ever fill up your tank while or right after the big fuel tanker is filling the underground tanks in your gas station, the fuel will stir up all the gunk that accumulates at the bottom of the fuel tanks. Sure, some of the gas stations have some amount of filtering, but I have found this to be the least of them.
Other than this, change your engine air filter and put some injector cleaner into your gas tank.
If the above fails, head out to a pep boys or advanced auto parts (if available) and ask them to check your alternator. Most locations do it for free or for a very low charge.
Posted on May 26, 2009
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Unless you have shop technical manual,please don't even think about trying to disarm your anti-theft system because there is an easier solution. I'm assuming that you don't have the full Shop Service Manual. If you do, then you know that a shop manual costs at least $100.
So why did I say: Don't even think about it? Your anti-theft device is capable of causing problems that you don't want to deal with. If you have the dealer do the job, the cost can be prohibitive. The anti-theft device tells the on-board computer to shut off the fuel flow and to disengage the starter circuitry.
SOLUTION: Go on eBay and buy an anti-theft bypass module for $10-$20 depending on the year and make of your vehicle.
All the best
Posted on Oct 22, 2011
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