Question about Chrysler LHS
IF ALL LIGHTS AND DASH LIGHT GOES OFF WHEN YOU TURN IGNITION KEY.YOU HAVE LOOSE BATTERY CONNECTION,OPEN FUSIBLE LINK,FAULTY STARTER OR BAD BATTERY GROUND CABLE.
Posted on Mar 14, 2011
I hope it does and you do too. If the check engine light does'nt go out right away it means theirs something wrong or has been and the computer is checking to see if it's a problem atr the moment. If thier hasn't been any problems and thier aren't any problems at start up the light should go out right away. If your talking about the oil light it also will go out as soon as the engine turns just a little, It shows that the one way valve in the oil filter is holding and as soon as the pump turns any theirs pressure. Thats good too. As far as the check engine light goes if you turn the key on without starting the engine three times and leave it on the third time the check engine light will flash out the codes or the odometer display will tell the codes or display no cdes stored if their aren't any depending on the model year. If you were to say the make year and model I'd tell you the exact answer. before 1987 they didn't flash out the codes and had tobe disnosed with a test light and an OHM meter. trucks did'nt do it till 89 93 they went OBDII and the odometer displayed the code and the basic name of the problem the code stands for.
Posted on Mar 14, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Not Starting
This is gonna be a lenghty diagonsis. Forget about the check engine light for a moment. What do we have : a)Crank no start, b)No crank , c)Starter clicks,d) no clicking . How many miles does the vehicle have? How old is the battery? What condition are the battery cables and starter wires in? The relay,can you find it ? If you can how does its terminals look? Last the ignition switch. Usually this is the culprit with high milage vehicles especially if the key chain the vehicle's key is on looks like that of a jailer's. As you answer all of these questions you will get more clues to the answer . Need the answers to the questions to give you the correct testing procedures. keep me posted we'll get to the bottom of it.
Posted on Mar 08, 2010
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