Question about 2006 Chrysler PT Cruiser
I have a 2006 PT Cruiser with automatic trans. I had been running the
vehicle all day and started it about 6 times with no problems. Then i
stopped one more time before going home. I returned to the vehicle and
turned the key. The vehicle started and before i could put it in gear
it cut off. This happen three times. On the fourth try i turned the key
and nothing happen. the engine did not turn at all. The light,
horn,power windows etc. all work. I jumped the started with a
screwdriver and the starter/engine turned but still would not try to
start. It act like it had run out of gas but i had a full tank. All the
fuses were checked and are good. I looked for a fuel shut off switch
but could not locate one in the manual.
Is there a fuel cut off on this vehicle that i can reset. or do you have some other ideas
YOUR IMMOBILIZER SYSTEM IS IN LOCKOUT MODE..IF YOU REMOVE IGNITION OFF DRAW FUSE FROM UNDERHOOD FUSEBLOCK,IOD FUSE FOR 10 SECONDS,IT SHOULD RESET THE IMMOBILIZER..IF IT DOES,THE FAULT LIES WITH THE IMMOBILIZER MODULE ITSELF..AS FAR AS I KNOW,THE DEALER IS THE ONLY ONE ABLE TO PROGRAM THE NEW ONE..THE CAR SHOULD START AND RUN AFTER DOING THIS WITH THE FUSE
Posted on Jul 26, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
1st check fuse. Then see if power is coming to horn. A simple power checker can be found at most auto parts store. It may also have a horn relay. Look up your wiring at cargrus. If you still have problems contact me back.
Posted on May 25, 2009
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