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goto your local Chrysler dealer silly!

2005 Chrysler... | Answered on Aug 19, 2018


Try changing your fuel filter and check fuel pressure.If you have a check engine lite on check that.

2005 Chrysler... | Answered on Jul 16, 2017


Replace the fast idle solenoid.

2005 Chrysler... | Answered on Oct 09, 2016


The real answer. Open the fuse box found on the far left side of the dash with the drivers door open. Remove the panel cover and you will see an unmarked fuse with what appears to be black fuse pullers attached to it. Pull it out as far as it will go and push it back in. Your trunk release button will now work without the key for a several minutes.

2005 Chrysler... | Answered on Jun 11, 2016


I HAVE A 2001 CHRYSLER CONCORD AND THE OVERFLOW IS BOILING BUT THE TEMP GAUGE IS NOT SHOWING RUNNING HOT. DO YOU THINK THAT THE TERMOSTAT IS STUCK

2005 Chrysler... | Answered on May 29, 2016


2003 Chrysler Sebring 2.4L SFI 4cyl ' Repair Guides ...

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AutoZoneAutoZone Repair Guide for your 2003 Chrysler Sebring 2.4L SFI 4cyl Engine Electrical ... Bad starter drive or flywheel-driven gear. ... Starter Spins Freely, Won't Engage ....Center the snapring on top of the shaft (use a new snapring if the original was ...Vehicle + Keyword: 04 Toyota Camry oil filter, battery 2005 Silverado.

2005 Chrysler... | Answered on Sep 18, 2015


The knock sensor threads into the side of the cylinder block.
  1. Disconnect electrical connector from knock sensor.
  2. Use a crow foot socket to remove the knock sensors.
INSTALLATION
The knock sensor threads into the side of the cylinder block in front of the starter.

  1. Install knock sensor. Tighten knock sensor to 10 Nm (7 ft. lbs.) torque. Over or under tightening effects knock sensor performance, possibly causing improper spark control.
  2. Attach electrical connector to knock sensor

2005 Chrysler... | Answered on Aug 24, 2015


The fuse is located in the under hood fuse /relay panel. Here is where the relay is
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2005 Chrysler... | Answered on Jun 21, 2015


Wiring CAN be a problem, but it is not the first thing to check. When cars fail to start but you hear "something" (click), the first thing I suspect is the battery. You say the battery is "good", but you don't say how you determined this. Simply the fact that accessories work doesn't give the battery a clean bill of health. The normal accessory load for a battery is less than 50 amps. It can take more than 200 to crank the engine, especially on very hot or very cold days. Since you only get a "click", and yet the trip computer dims out, this indicates to me that the battery is working very hard but is not achieving enough power to start the car. Do this: get a voltmeter and check the battery voltage at the battery terminals. Do this with the ignition off. A fully charged, good battery will be at least 12 volts. Most batteries have 8 cells in them, each produces about 1.5V electricity. If you are reading, say, 10.5 volts, you most likely have a dead cell in the battery. This will not affect accessories, but will have extreme affect on starting, as the available current is reduced exponentially. Jump boxes are great, but if the battery is dead enough, the box will be working harder on the battery than on the starter and you will get the same results. I've had situations where a battery was so bad that hooking a running car to it for jump a start stalled the running car! If your battery is more than 3 years old, this is the first thing to suspect....but a dead cell can happen to a battery of any age. Vibrations cause the internal plates to break loose and cause dead cells.

2005 Chrysler... | Answered on Jun 20, 2015


Thermostat is stuck in the OPEN position. Replacing it is the solution.. New thermostat is about $10 plus labor and new anti-freeze. Should run you less than $100 at a REPUTABLE shop.

2005 Chrysler... | Answered on Apr 29, 2015


For the 2.4 and 2.7L engine, crankcase motor oil, your owners manual says 5 quarts with filter change.

2005 Chrysler... | Answered on Mar 13, 2015


Will most vehicles, the alternator is located near the top with a belt going directly to it. This makes removal easier as you only need open the hood (bonnet) for access. Disconnect the battery's negative terminal first, and then disconnect the alternator's electrical connector. Loosen the belt tensioning bolt (also serves to affix the alternator) and tap it with a hammer to get it free to move to remove the tension from the belt. Unscrew the bolt completely and the alternator will be off. If you don't have the new alternator with you, put the bolt back in the mounting hole and snug it up so you won' misplace it. Buy a new alternator belt and inspect the starter belt while you at it. It is easier to change both at the same time, but the starter requires you get under the car to loose it from belt tension.

2005 Chrysler... | Answered on Mar 04, 2015


  • Camshaft position control wiring harness connector is damaged or open Camshaft adjustment valve has failed
  • Circuit is open or grounded
  • Assembly is damaged or it has failed (an open circuit)
  • DME power supply relay has failed

2005 Chrysler... | Answered on Jan 23, 2015


The crank sensor is located behind the harmonic balancer or also known as the main drive pulley for your belts. You need to remove your belt and then remove this pulley to locate the crankshaft sensor

2005 Chrysler... | Answered on Jan 08, 2015

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