The reset button is used to return the unit to its factory settings. Step1: Turn on your vehicle, but do not start the engine. Step2: The reset button is located on the right hand side of the deck. Just to the right is the reset button. It is a circular shaped button the size of a pencil lead thickness and it is not labeled. If you have trouble locating the button, use the flashlight to help illuminate the area. Step 3: Depress this button. If you have do not have smaller fingers, you may need to use a pencil or pen to depress the reset button.
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it is most likely the motor.....when it does this and say that it starts rolling down or up and quits and you wait a minute or so and try again and it starts working again then it is going to need a motor......i hope this will help but if i can help in any other way let me know and give me all the info that you can....let me and fixya know if i was able to help you and a thumbs up and a comment would be appreciated.......thanks and good luck and have a blessed day......
you can check the crysler website for any recall
debris on the outside of the cyl. won't do it but
before you sign the death certificate you can
try turning the engine back + forth with 1/2" or
3/4" drive socket + breaker bar and try to see
or hear where it has bound up also remove the
belt I've seen frozen a/c compreser or ps pump
give the same symtems hope this helps
your vat sensor sounds bad.(this is where the chip in the key is not recognized by the vat sensor, and will(in some cases) cause this problemVAT(vehicle anti-theft) module can be replace or it could be your ecm(computer); butit sounds like the VAT sensor problem. The good old days and these sensors wouldn't exist. insert key;start car. Good Luck.