Question about 2000 Chrysler Cirrus
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Posted on Jul 11, 2016
Sorry I'm not sure if i already posted, My computer did a quick trip for some reason, anyways,
Does the car crank over? What happens when you turn the key and try to start the car? What sound do you hear..
If it cranks do you here the fuel pump?
If it doesn't Here are just a few things, You need to make sure the battery has a full charge and the cables/wires are clean and tight on both ends.
Check you're Fuel Pressure, Check your ASD relay under the hood. This relay powers the fuel pump and Ignition system. It is inside your power distribution center under the hood.
Posted on Sep 06, 2009
First, make absolutely sure you don't have spark. Pull one of the spark plugs and lay it, with the wire connect to it and the coil pack, and have someone crank the engine. If you don't see a spark, move on. If you do see a spark, it's not a guarantee, but you should be ok up to that point.
Some time, you can have a spark out side of the engine, but inside the compression will kill the spark.
But assuming you don't have spark on any plug, start with inspecting the wires. Use a multimeter to check the resistance of each wire. The two sets of wires should have the same resistance as their match. If that checks out, move on to the coil pack. Depending on your engine, these are cheap and easy to replace. If you still don't have spark after that, start hunting around the engine for any grounding issues. I've seen bad grounds cause all sorts of weird issues.
Check and clean the grounds to the computer and ignition module especially. If you still have no spark at this point, you should consult a mechanic and get a diagnostic machine on it. There are too many other ways to go at this point.
Posted on Sep 11, 2009
SOURCE: 1999 chrysler cirrus
Check the coil packs, or the Ignition module. Disconnect the harness to the ignition module. And test the leads to see if there is current. I don't know what the specs should be, but it will be minimal. Never overlook fuses either.
Posted on Nov 07, 2008
Upfront, I need to say I've never done this on the 6 cylinder Cirrus. My experience with other cars, is what I'm going off of on this. This is kind of dangerous, please use caution and appropriate safety measures. In other cars like the Cirrus, where the back three spark plugs are hidden and difficult to get to, you need to remote the motor mounts. Start by both setting your parking break, and blocking the wheels so the vehicle can't move. Find the motor mounts and remove the bolt that holds the two halves together. You'll need to figure this out on your own, as I haven't seen a V6 in a long time. Be very careful with this. IF you don't have the car supported correctly, the engine may move and could crush your hands/arms... Once you have the engine freed up, *carefully* remove the wheel chucks and the parking brake. LEAVE THE CAR IN PARK! The goal here is to very slightly roll the car backward. This will have the effect of tiling the engine forward. Again, I really have to stress caution here. There is a danger of either crushing part of your body, or potentially damaging your engine. You only want to move the car a few inches. Reset the parking brake and wheel chucks. Now that you've tilted the engine forward you should have just enough room to get your arm behind the engine to remove the plugs. When you've changed them, do everything in reverse. To the best of my knowledge, there is no torque to the engine mounts, so just get them as tight at you can. I always put a little anti-seize on these bolts as the tend to get rusted and hard to remove.
Posted on Oct 06, 2010
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I did a Google search "How do you replace the rear spark plugs on a 2000 Chrysler Cirrus?" and found this link: http://www.faqs.org/qa/qa-6243.html
I haven't tried it yet and am thinking of purchasing a Chilton manual just in case, but as far as explanations go the one at the very bottom of the page in the link sounds the most legitimate so far.
Besides, I have to pay you guys $9.99 for one answer that I can get for free; or I can get the Chilton and have a whole heap of answers for around $20.
Posted on Jul 14, 2008
Check Battery, all battery connections, the ground from motor to frame and from battery to motor and or body. A poor ground connection can cause all kinds of problems. Also i had a car that would not start in high humidity that turnedout to be the starter. It was pulling too much juice from the battery at high humidity.
Posted on Jul 26, 2010
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