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2002 chrysler concorde has no power lights locks anything with new battery and terminals?

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My brother-in-law left the cap on the left side of battery terminal and that is why we were getting no power! Yes a dumba** moment!

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All systems seem to work ok but battery(brand new) won't hold charge

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1999 chrysler concorde. 131K mi. 3.2L Battery is new, alternator checks OK. Bypassed fusible link to rule out that possibility Will jump start and run normally for 15 min. Then dash and interior lights...

Hello Kurtzuba.

Actually, although rare, this could be a computer issue.
The voltage regulator is built into the computer on your Concorde and may not be completing the circuit.

I'm not sure how you verified the alternator is good other than you removed it and had it tested.

To verify the problem is in the computer, find the orange/dark green wire that supplies power to the alternator.
This is fused power to the field. Verify it has 12.5 volts positive. If not, that will need to be repaired.

If it is OK, then find the dark green wire that also hooks to the alternator.
This wire leads to the computer which controls the amount of ground to regulate the amount of output from the alternator stator.
Attach a wire with an alligator clip to the dark green wire terminal on the alternator.
Attach a voltmeter to the battery.
Start the car and touch the other end of the attached wire for a few seconds (no more than a minute) to the NEGATIVE battery terminal.
If the alternator begins to charge you will need to verify the green wire is good to the computer.
If OK, replace the computer.

If you need more assistance with this issue, let me know here.
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My 1999 chrysler concorde LXI is completely dead, no lights, sounds, or power, it was JUST running perfectly normal, now it isn't. Could it be something to do with my battery cables?

First have the Battery Tested at a reputable Auto store. Auto Zone or Checkers. They should do this FOC and advise.
The instance of total battery failure after apparently functioning properly, in adverse Heat or Cold, is quite common.
But just in case!!!! Check the security of the Battery Terminal Cables.
1. A Tight + Direct power connection to the Starter Motor. and TO and FROM the Central Power Distribution Box, depending on how the supply is routed from the Battery.
2. Ditto the - Negative connection to the vehicle Body.
Regards, DT

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I have a 2002 chrysler concorde limited 3.5 l engine. I have been having problems with it starting. I replaced the battery, the ignition, and the starter. When I go to start it, it just makes a loud...

It sounds like a bad connection in all honesty. if you havent replaced terminals do that. any corrosion you should clean check the cables also and see if they are corroded ander neath the coating I have seen terminals that were pretty tight but yet not enough to crank. I truly believe that is where your problem will be found. please let me know.

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try pushing your lock and un lock butten on your key chane.and re set the car arlarm. thank you

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1999 CONCORDE: check the battery terminals probably they are not tight enough...something like that happened to me just the lights turned on and the car seemed to be dead, the battery is still ok since then. I just needed to buy new terminals.

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