Question about Chrysler Concorde
you have activated the ANTI THEFT SYSTEM.
If you have the original key.
you can try desactivate unlocking the trunk.
or unlocking the driver door.
ALL of this if you DON'T have AFTERMARKET alarm.
if you have aftermarket alarm.
1- Put the driver window down.
2- Put the key on switch, run position.
3- leave the key in the switch.
4- Disconnect the battery at least 1 minute.
5- connect the battery and try to start the car.
The positive terminal is located a right front of the strut towel.
I hope this can be useful in your problem.
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Posted on Jul 25, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: horn blowing and car wont start
Same problem on 98 Jetta at about 9 yrs of age. Wiring harness was an expensive job. Dealer replaced all wires going to doors so that alarm isn't mistakenly triggered by opening doors. Dealer offered to remove alarm for a few hundred dollars, but couldn't assure us that the key fob would still open the door locks. Who wants to give up power locks? My hunch is that wire in driver's door breaks with flexing over 9 years. Could consider replacing short stretches of wire in hinge of drivers door if you're handy with a soldering iron.
Posted on Jul 23, 2008
SOURCE: horn starts blowing randomly
do you have a alarm on it. If so you need to disable it or turn it off. Other wise you have a short somewhere in your horn. disconnect the horn under the hood. Its usually upfront and looks llike a flat black circular device that has one wire going to it, unless you have a alarm then it may have more.
Posted on Feb 02, 2009
SOURCE: the car will not start
replace your battery. Even when a battery is dead it will still have enough juice to operate smal things like the horn and radio, but not enough juice to start the car. If the battery is dead you should still be able to jump start it and take it to autozone and they can check it along with the alternator at the same time.
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
Sounds like you have a bad key, or a bad sentry immobilizer. Have it tested at the dealership. They may be able to disable the theft system.
Posted on Jul 21, 2009
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