Question about 2004 Dodge Intrepid
Hey i got the say problem now and i'm lost i changed the battery and still the same problem what did u do to fix your problem and did it work
You changed the battery but did you clean and inspect the battery cables, a new battery will do no good if there is no connection to the car due to a corroded battery cable. The second cause may be a defective starter motor, this will cause a click noise, make sure the connections to the starter are clean and tight, you will need to get at the starter to do this, make sure you disconnect the battery before checking starter connections.
Posted on Aug 19, 2008
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