Question about 1998 Plymouth Grand Voyager
My wife's 1998 Grand Voyager was having some trouble a couple of weeks ago. It wouldn't start until she got a jump and then it died in about 5 minutes. we took the battery in and got a new one (under warranty) and about an hour of later, the battery was dead. We had the battery charged so we could get he car home, and I took the alternator out. I took both the alternator and the battery to get checked, and bother were fine. After getting everything put back together, I started the car up and it immediately shut down and the alarm started going off. I had to disconnect the battery to get the thing to *******. I have no idea where to start on this one, but any help would be great!! Thanks.
Try using your key (after reconnecting battery) on the drivers door, to lock, and unlock it. There are so many different vehicles with different methods, you may have to call dealer service dept, with your VIN # and name, and they should be able to give correct procedure to disarm security system. Check owners manual as well.
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