Question about 1997 Chrysler LHS
I just read the first post of the problem and i would say it sounds like you may have a bad starter, test the starter, you will need a testlight, you also said the battery tests good and is fully charged, the battery connections are good and tight . now move to the starter, at the rear of the starter you will find two wires. one is the size of a battery cable and should have power at all times, then on the other connection on the starter is a small wire, this is the wire you will need to test. you will need someone inside the car, have them crank and hold the key in the start postion while you test the small wire to see if it has power. if that wire has power with the key in the crank postion then the starter is bad, try tapping on the starter with a small hammer, tap lightly and sometimes that will cause the starter to make internal connection and start but also means the starter is bad. good luck and have a good day.
Posted on Mar 23, 2011
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