Question about 1996 Chrysler Town & Country
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I would check the battery first. Voltage would be 12.6V or more with engine off, and 14 V or more with engine on. If you have a bad battery please replace it. I would drive the car at AutoZone, for a Code Scan test. It is free and you will get a print out with code explanation for free too. If this won't help send the car at chrysler diler for a check and advice ONLY. You will get a print out explaining the problem, parts and labor for $65 to $100 only.
I'm a car dealer and in similar cases we send cars there. They have thousands dollars diagnostic systems that small dealers cannot afford. I am not helping you. I am advising you.
Posted on Sep 06, 2010
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