Question about 2000 Chrysler Town & Country
OK, you had the battery checked out, it is OK, does the engine crank over? If not, the terminals are dirty, need to check them and clean them, if it cranks over and won't start, does it have gas? Oil? If yes, then we look at the coil pack, make sure it is getting spark, if not we need to find some coils, if it still won't start, you have to look at the cam positioning sensors, and the crank sensor, they will affect the engine, And then finally the computer it self. if you know someone who has the same car, it would be very helpful to borrow their parts and get yours running, that way you will know what to buy. Instead of buying all of them and still not getting it right. A scanner will tell you what is wrong if you can borrow one from a parts store. Hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 16, 2010
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