Question about 1990 Chrysler Imperial
No, to your reset question. Your ignition switch is not reading the key, Triggering anti- theft mode, and may disable the vehicle. Do not have a lot of trinkets and keys on your key ring. The extra weight hanging from the switch can damage it. I only have 2 keys at the most on my key ring. The 1990 Ignition switch is old. A qualified service tech. should replace it.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Car wont start.
I work at a car lot and have experienced alot of numerous electrical problems with this group of Chrysler's.(Intepid, 300m, LHS, Concorde) I hate to say but usually a BCM has fixed my problems. Regarding the alarm i would look into the switch on the back side of the lock cylinder it was a very common problem in the mid 90's era Chryslers, but all in all sounds almost like a BCM. (Body Contol Module) New they are salty but call the dealer and give them the last eight of the vin and tell them you need the ID number for the bcm they should give it to you then browse your local junk yards. GOOD LUCK!
Posted on Jun 17, 2008
Some months ago I began starting the engine of my 2001 Chrysler 300M but turned it of before it really started "was sloppy with the key". The anti-theft system went on for some unknown reason. I disarmed it by disconnecting one of the battery connections under the hood with a wrench. I connected it again, the anti-theft system was off but the battery was dead. Battery was OK after recharging, I have had no trouble since then.
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
Are you one of those people who TOP OFF the tank when filling up?
When the EVAP recovery system soak with few ounce of gasoline......the trap vapor will take few days escape.
EVAP system is design to handle fuel vapor. Few ounce of gasoline can damage the fuel vapor recovery relay and decrease the service live of the recovery lines.
You can accelerate the process by locating the charcoal canister (near the nose of the car and same side as your gas filler door)
MOVE the car to outdoor.
Disconnect the EVAP line and let it air out by itself.
DO NOT introduce any heat source or fan to speed up the process.
Reconnect this EVAP hose and use a small amount of starting fluid at the intake manifold.
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Posted on Dec 03, 2009
turn the key on leave it on for 10 to 20 min.s after yo wait then turn key off and then try to start the car this shoud work. it will reboot the computer.
Posted on Sep 25, 2010
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