Car just died- no reason- ? on 2005 Chrysler Crossfire

The lights and everything work- won't turn over- have replaced the ignition what could be wrong?

by in Evansville, IN on March 06, 2013
3 answers 2 comments
ANSWER by , March 06, 2013
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.
COMMENT by , March 06, 2013
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.
COMMENT by , March 06, 2013
It could be the ASD relay (Automatic shutdown relay). Should be able to find it in your owner's manual.
ANSWER by , March 06, 2013
starter or starter solonoid
ANSWER by , March 06, 2013
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