The lights and everything work- won't turn over- have replaced the ignition what could be wrong?
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2005 Chrysler Crossfire Question: Car just died- no reason- ?
Answer #1csubak30 March 06, 2013, 12:53Master
Need more info. Do you hear it cranking as if it is trying to start? If not, I would take a look and test the starting motor.
ReplyLynnlmiles, March 06, 2013, 13:58Rookie
no cranking- had it towed to the dealer ship and they can't find anything wrong with it- but it wouldnt' start- turnover - lights came on - seat would move but it wouldn't even crank to start- dealership after it sat for 60 min waiting for the tow truck it started right up.
Replycsubak30, March 06, 2013, 14:53Master
It could be the ASD relay (Automatic shutdown relay). Should be able to find it in your owner's manual.
Answer #2gussguss March 06, 2013, 16:50Rookie
starter or starter solonoid
Answer #3hobd2 March 06, 2013, 19:36Enthusiast
Many factors can lead to the engine idle speed operation wave: mixed gas concentration, running resistance change, air inflow etc... Cold car? Cold car conditions possible, because the engine running resistance, speed off faster. If just cleaning the feast valve, or computer made clear fault memory, engine control system needs certain self learning process. So may the season valve reflect not too orientation (are self learning process) be caused by.
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