Question about 2000 Chrysler Cirrus
Hello, It could probably be the battery suffering a water loss. When there's no water sulfur acid will not be produced and the battery wont charge, therefore it will only work as a current path but once you turn the car off you can't start it. The solution is to check the water levels in the battery and also measure its voltage with a voltimeter. It has to be 12 volts or above ( +/- 5 % ). As a user and not an expert I DO NOT RECOMMEND opening the battery yourself since the acid is something dangerous that can seriously harm you. Let a professional do that, but it's always useful to check the voltage. Should all the previously mentioned steps doesn't work, you can ask about the alternator or its belt (might need to be replaced)
Posted on Apr 02, 2011
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