Question about 1994 Chrysler Concorde
Okay i have had this problem with many of these cars. You probably lost connection with the computer. The way to tell is if you turn the key on and off 3 or more time and then leave it in the on position, the check engine light should start flashing. If it don't that means the computer has lost communication. Every time I had had this problem I found a corroded fusible link in the wheel well on the driver side just under the battery. You will have to pull the inner fender off and remove a lot of tape and wire casing to find it. Once you find a black fuseable link it may have a green powdery looking stuff on it. If it does that is the one that is your problem. Sometimes the fusible link will look okay but if you bend it back and forth a few times it will be weak in the middle and break pretty easy. That one would also be a problem. Once it breaks you will see the green powdery stuff. Its kinda hard to trace them down but start under the battery seems to be here i always found the problem probably because of acid from the battery. Good luck
Posted on Nov 15, 2010
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