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Chrysler 2004 starter doesn,t turn ,battery has 12.7 volts lights and horn works good but starter doesn't even click

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My 2004 Sebring did just that. it was a fusible link. a tiny square box in there with the fuses. they are a cube that plugs in about 3/8" of an inch square. Find the bad one replace it and the starter starts working again.

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It could be the solenoid that engages the starter...pull the starter and have it checked at a shop...most likely you need a new solenoid.

Posted on Sep 08, 2009

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