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Have a 95 Chrysler Lhs was driving on eway bout 70mph and it just died. got it home check for fuel,(use starting fluid) fuel pump turns on. still no start. check for spark at the plugs no spark, checked spark at the coil pack no spark. im think coil pack went bad? is there any thing that would stop the coil pack from sending spark other than it self. theres not a crank censer that feeds the coil pack is there. what do u think i cant afford to pay as i prob. solve. thanks in advance for ur help in this matter!!

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SOURCE: I have a 1997 Chrysler

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Other than the ignition system, you may also want to check your alarm, security and immobilzer as those by their very nature and purpose will cause no spark/no start. Try checking the various connectors of the alarm module. This would be in either the driver side or passenger side kick panel. You can try temporarily grounding the light green/orange wire which would disarm the alarm.

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Posted on Jul 28, 2008

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SOURCE: Chrysler LHS Starter

The starter is located beneith the engine, near the transaxle and it is attatched to the engine by 3 bolts. You need to disconnect the battery, raise the car to get at it. The 3.3 and 3.5 engines take different starters. Rick

Posted on Apr 15, 2009

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SOURCE: program remote 1996 chrysler lhs

Setting in the car remote in hand turn the key on and off ( don't start the car ) three times within 5 seconds. Now press the door lock button until the doors lock and stop it should now work.

Posted on Oct 03, 2009

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SOURCE: 1997 chrysler LHS ..turns over

If you haven't done it already, it would be time for me to check fuel supply.
Have you actually seen a spark from the coil or a plug wire? I would pull a plug or the coil wire, position it to spark to any ground point and then crank the engine. If no spark, then either the computer isn't issuing a signal for it or the coil wire itself is bad. They are carbon-coated fabric and subject to die.
If you find spark, you will need to break the fuel line at some point to find if the pump is working. If it is, the fuel pressure regulator may be bad, either allowing zero to too much pressure to occur.
In locating things to check, it is helpful to have a decent service manual at hand and the Haynes books are somewhat better:
'97 LHS Service Manual
You can also find (or order) these at any of the chain parts stores. Your investment will pay for itself.

Posted on Sep 05, 2010

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SOURCE: I have a 97 chrysler

Try testing the car with remote star from the starer straight from bottom to top with out cranking from key i think you may have a problem with ignition switch good luck!

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