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Afterdeadbatterytheftalarmnotarming - 2003 Chrysler Town & Country

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  • cecil beugnot May 06, 2010

    i tried three ways to arm system by the book

  • cecil beugnot May 06, 2010

    thisisachryslertown&country no black box under dash

  • cecil beugnot May 06, 2010

    on the 2003 town & country , all fuses good, BUT no 12 volts on:

  • cecil beugnot May 06, 2010

    on 2003 T & C all fuses check good BUT no 12 volts on 20A 12 volt out no 12 volts on 20AEWD/RR no 12 volts on 20A RDO/IP IGN and no 12 volts on 15A FT/RR WSHR I will now look to see why some of the fuses have no 12 volts THANKS FOR YOUR HELP

  • cecil beugnot May 06, 2010

    SOLUTIONS 1 , 2, AND 3 WERE HELPFULL ON MY 2003 T & c I will now look under the fuse holder card to see why some fuses have no 12V

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You need to reset the alarm or check the fuse.. its located under the dash board look for a black box.. there is a switch next to it,, press it 3 times and hold..then release

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  • Rishi Roshan Ali May 06, 2010

    I meant under the hood sorry,, the main fuse is under the other fuses ,, its a bolted on fuse..

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This question dos not make sense. Clarify you problem please

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  • Susan Price May 06, 2010

    Not sure what your trying to do. If you have a code you need to fix the problem . If you did not check for codes yet you need to do so. You may need to have it towed to a garage if you have a no start condition. The alarm will only reset when all problems associated to it are fixed.

  • Susan Price May 06, 2010

    If you jumped the battery instead of removing it from the car first and charging it you may of popped the main fuse or damaged a computer. This is fairly common

  • Susan Price May 06, 2010

    follow the positive main battery cable to the fuse block. It attaches to the main fuse. You may need to relase the box and lift it up to access it.

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