Question about 1999 Chrysler Town & Country
ECM fails after approx. 1 month, cleaned and checked grounds, alternator voltage is 14.0, cannot get a straight answer from local service shops other than "It must have been a bad module". After 4 modules? I don't think so.
When a new module is installed, all seems well for a while, then (always when in my garage overnight) when the ignition is turned on, the odometer will not display and the starter will not engage. If I hot wire the starter, the engine will not start. - Time for a new module. - Please help!
Check to see if + wire to starter and alt.are good buy useing temperary wire of same size to jump to each component.I would also check the short braided wire on th starter from where the mian wire connects to starter and then goes into starter.
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