Is it possible that a dead battery, even on a jump, would not have the proper voltages to make the PCM function. Still have the crank wont start problem. Have replaced the Crank Position sensor, still no spark; I have voltage measurements on the sensor connector. The engine quit while driving and has never restarted.
Dead battery and PCM on 2000 Chrysler LHS
by frosty in Colorado Springs, CO on September 20, 2011
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ANSWER by Jim Taddei on September 21, 2011
Problems with the vehicle electronics generally begin to show when system drops below 9 volts. Check your volt meter while craning the engine to see if that may be your problem.
COMMENT by frosty on September 21, 2011
It is below 9 volts with the key in the start position without cranking. So are you saying while jumping the car could still not get enough voltage to the computers and not allow spark to happen?
COMMENT by Jim Taddei on September 21, 2011