1998 Chrysler Concorde Questions
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Every time I turn the key on it doesn't start till the second try. I have to keep pressure on the foot pedal to keep it running. The car stalls out when I slow down to stop.
The gear doesn't work (P,R,N,D,3,L) all of them are lit up vs only one and after resetting the computer (disconnect the battery for a few mins) everything works as normal but the first thing that cuts out is the gears, then after a couple days the entire cluster dies ( all gauges read 0 and no bus is seen as mileage) all the while the car runs like nothing is wrong. The codes I get are random but P 1698 is almost always there which points to the TCM. BUT as I drive, sometimes my interior lights come on randomly and shut off shortly, which points to the BCM.
Was driving car on freeway, it was 107 degrees that day..turned car off and when i restarted it it was mking a rumbling noise coming from the area of where the raditor is located..could feel vibration in drivers seat..car drove fine..no stalling or overheating but vibrating and rumbling continued while driving..cars fine when first started but when it warms up the rumbling vibrating starts..its not real loud but can be heard from outside then next day stopped blowing cold air..tryed putting freon but condenser wouldnt tk it. When i first heard rumbling sound i thought id pulled up to far over front curb and fan was being pushed slightly against something, that wasnt the case but thats what it sounded like..thank you
The car will not start because the alarm was triggered. It is being sold at a very low price ($950)because of this issue. It only has 70,000 miles one owner and very clean. Is it worth the gamble to purchase?
noise noticeable at speeds at about 35mph an up. For some reason I feel this might have something to do with the traction control system. any ideas would be appreciated.
I am replacing the radiator in my Chrysler. This is my 1st do-it-myself auto repair. my dad talked me through the removal of the old radiator. Now I have the new one to install. my dad is out of town. so i need detailed instructions to install it. i am a mom of 3 sons & will get my hands dirty to learn this with the help of my boys handing me tools as needed.
about a 4 inch square plate held with 4 screws. Majorly rusty and need to replace
Before it would idle really high. It all started after changing the intake manifold gasket?
not quite sure where it is located and im looking for detals