Question about Chrysler Crossfire
It could be a number of things, starting with the ignition key switch starter contacts which could be only making contact intermittently. Then there could be a starter relay doing the same thing. Otherwise it could be the solenoid on the starter sticking and not making the contacts that actually power the starter and then the starter itself which could have worn or sticking brushes or a bad contact or loose wire on the commutator. Lastly, if the vehicle is an automatic, the switches that cut out the starter in all but Park and Neutral could be faulty. One cannot discount the possibility of a bad connector in the wiring either.
Sorry, but there are just too many possibilities, but most often it is the starter key switch or the solenoid. From here it is a process of elimination.
Posted on Mar 24, 2011
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