Question about 1997 Chrysler Town & Country
May be an intermittent electrical issue. Had similar problem. Mechanic first tuned up engine and later replaced fuel pump. Each time he assured me that it was fixed. But it wasn't (It did cost me about cost $900). Next time it happened, I punched the instrument panel (I read about people banging on the dash as well), turned the key, and it started right up. Removed instrument panel. Found poor connections between the top circuit board clips (mounted on the circuit boards) and the posts that they mechanically and electrically connected to. Removed board. Cleaned the posts and squeezed the clips together so that they would grab the posts better (the spring tension in the clips was weak, poor design), and put it all together. Did this a year ago. Starts up every time now. My mechanic didn't think this would work, but it did. Many mechanics are weak with electronics.
Posted on Jul 23, 2008
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