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All the lights on my dash kept coming on and going off for about 4 months. Then all of a sudden the car just died on me at a stop light. Now my battery is dead; but i've tried to crank it many tim

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It could be the alternator . measure the output voltage across the battery with the engine running and car in neutral with hand brake on. It should at least 13.4 volts.
If it does then I would get the battery checked at a car battery place.
A car battery place could also check your alternator.

If you are stranded at the lights suggest calling a mobile car battery replacement person or a road assist company if you are a member of one.

They can jumper a temporary mobile battery across your battery to get car out of traffic stream !

Posted on Feb 23, 2018

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SOURCE: 2005 Chrysler town & country touring won't turn over.

Sounds like you need a starter, or you have a loose wire somewhere under the hood.

Posted on Apr 25, 2009

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SOURCE: 1996 Chrysler Sebring Conv.- Power Drain or Damaged Crank Sensor?

try checking the secondary ground wire that comes off the battery see if its loose or corroded might help

Posted on May 29, 2009

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SOURCE: Chrysler Sebring - acting strange

If you still have this vehicle, this car has a intermittent connection problem in the harness, or at the connections going into the firewall, the reason you're light go up and down is that it is making connection and dropping it, this will be a hard one to repair, as the TECH has to isolate the particular wire that is arcing itself on and off , if this vehicle is not had any collision problems this will help isolating it, the problem with electrical problems is that the repairman is on actual time, he punches on the time clock till repaired, if the reapir is situated to a particular part you may bring CHRYSLER IN TO IT AND THEY MAY PAY SOME OF THE CHARGES, ESP IF THERREIS A SERVICE BULLETIN ON IT, THAT'S ALL I KNOW SORRY, I AM A RETIRED MASTER ASE MECH, THIS IS WHAT I WOULD DO

Posted on Jul 10, 2009

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SOURCE: Battery is fine, no dash lights come on car won't start.

check fuses for dash lights if you use a12 volt tester turn on runnig lights and check dash lite fuse for power the radio maybe on same curcit/

Posted on Sep 16, 2009

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SOURCE: I have a 2005 Chrysler 300 Touring. - RWD - 3.5L

the voltage regulator might be giving out, test voltage with all options on and lights , wipers etc, voltaage should remail fairly steady

Posted on Nov 08, 2010

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