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2003 Chrysler Town & Country will not start. Key dance give P1684 code. Was sluggish to start and now does not start. Speedometer is not working. Seems to be connectected. What's the problem. Battery is good.

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The code p1684 only states the battery has been disconnected within the last fifty starts. If the code set before you disconnecet the the battery you may have a bad ASD relay. ASD relay supplies all the power. If it stops working you may have a voltage drop or no voltage at all. Its located in the fuse block in the engine compartment. Chryslers are funny. When you have a voltage issue you may experience things clicking on and off

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I have a 2001 Chrysler Town & Country LX. I turned the ignition switch on and off two times. When I turned it on the third time, the odometer started registering codes. The first code was p0302. ...


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You have a Trip Odometer Reset Button located near the Digital Odometer Display.
When Jumping your Van: most likely it caused an electrical problem affecting your gauges. It is actually common for this to happen. Hopefully permanent damage has not been done.
To properly reset your Speedometer and Tachometer (barring permanent electrical damage):
1. With the Key IN the Ignition and in the OFF (not ACC, On or Start) Position
2. Push in and hold-in the Trip Odometer Reset button.
3. When "sof 4.0" appears: release the Button and WAIT.
4. There maybe some "E" Codes that may appear.
5. Continue to let the System run its course. There should be a great light show on the dash along with the Tach and Speedometer needles dancing all over the place.
6. In about 30-seconds it will complete it's Reset Cycle.

Again let me know if this helped, or if you have additional information or questions REPLY in the Comments Section of this Post.

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sit in the drivers seat close the door. with the key off hold the trip odometer button in then while holding the button in turn the key on. if done correctly this will put the MIC (mechanical instrument cluster) into a self test. if the speedometer does not move like the rest of the gauges during this test the MIC must be replaced. if the speedometer does move it is likely your problem will be fixed, however, if the speedometer does move but it does not start working properly then further diagnostic will be needed.

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It is the speedometer that doesn't work? What problem do you have? Does the transmission shift or is it stuck in 2nd?

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