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i just had this same problem on my wife's 98. check the alternator to starter hot wire (at starter solenoid) hers was rusted not passing enough current to crank starter. 5 amp for solenoid, 80 amp for starter. jumper wire off battery worked every time. replaced connector and all good. coroded wires = higher resistance = lower amperage passing and possable fire-hazard
more than likely the radiator went and has affected the transmission lines thus the car will not start.happend to me and all the trans fluid had leaked down the road the car stalled and then overheated would not move .only saw coolant not trans fluid since it drip out on the road prior to stalling.another option is the water pump or center freeze plug our had rusted through before and was a hassle to replace
I would1st Pressure test the cooling system for leaks. Also, be sure to pressure test the Radiator cap as well. Assuming pressure testing the system shows no leaks, and if your radiator cap is 2 or more years old, then most likely your radiator cap is defective. Replace it!
it could infact be blockage or something in the radiator... or look for significant leaks... i have had a radiator that got clogged for no reason... you can go on ebay and find a NEW radiator for a good 50 dollars
11= Timing belt skipped 1 tooth or more from initial learned value,
Intermittent loss of either camshaft or crankshaft position sensor, No
crank reference signal detected during engine cranking for dodge odb readout. Hope this helps.