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1998 Concorde LXI starter doesn't engage. - Concorde Chrysler Cars & Trucks

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Either the starter isn't properly commanded by the ignition key switch or the starter itself is faulty. You can find out which by jumping the starter directly - it even now it fails then it's defective. To find out why you must take it out of the car and disassemble it. If you can't fix the starter without replacing some parts (most likely the electromagnet is faulty) then you must replace it whole.

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