Eingine spins over nicely...with key released to the start position, the check eng light is on numerous gages are on, the air bag indicator is blinking and under the engine air cleaner an electrical component is clicking ( ala solenoid like) Its not the fuse box but down in front of it mounted on the wheel well. All this occurs with the key in or out of the ignition.
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Not familiar with security systems, but could be a blown fusible link, or bad Ignition switch. Test for current to switch and if none (usually bid red wire) check for blown fusible links near starter big wire or battery +.
Check to see if your Air Bag warning light comes on to prove out when you turn the key to the "on" position. If it does not the beeping you are hearing is an audible air bag warning indictator indicating a fault in the system.
fuss ok? how about fuse link ?any light in cluster?
when you turn ignition key to ''on'' position your dash lights should come on like engine , air bag , brake, etc and should turn off in few seconds if they dont come on, check the fuse panel for blown fusses. also check them for power with key on most of them should have power except a few that only power up when the engine cranks or runs. the fuss links are special pieces of cable that feed the susses they're designed to break when overheated and are on the positive battery cable in the starter side end .
if the lights in the dash work as noted the security system may be active .
The first thing you do is to disconnect the Battery's Negative Post. The Air Bag System has to wait two minutes for the capacitor to discharge after removing the negative cable end so you don't accidentally deploy the air bags. Then under the glove-box behind the parking brake, there's a module bolted to the "hump under there. This is the "brains" of the Air Bag System. Unplug it from the module, Now if you have a scanner, hook it up (don't hook the negative cable up as of yet), and then place the key in the ignition and turn it to the ON Position. Then with no one inside the vehicle, hook up the negative cable. If you have a code scanner you may have the Air Bag warning light stay on, but this is what will happen when it runs it's diagnostic procedure prior to dropping it into gear. To be a little bit more legal, I've seen people remove the instrument cluster and remove the bulb to the air bag warning light. It will not pass a vehicle inspection, but your only other alternative is to take it to the Dealership and have the passenger side air bag repaired. The aforementioned fix I provided you above is a "limp-in mode", or a safety fix so you can drive it to a place of repair without the passenger side air bag deploying causing you to have to replace the dash board where it splits upon release. Should you hook the negative cable back up and all is well, reach in above or behind the steering wheel and turn the key to the OFF position and then start the engine to make sure nothing deploys.
I do however recommending you take the vehicle in for the Technicians to run their DRB III, as Chrysler calls it, to diagnose the hissing sound to that air bag.