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Just started happening. But now it's like my car keys shacky. What's the problem
car starts and immediately cuts off . after several tries it no longer even tries to start.then it wont even turn over. nothing nothing.a previous problem that still exists is difficulty removing the key from the ignition
can not turn key all the way to the left and can not remove the key from the ignition
When you press the remote buttons nothing the car seems dead like a drained battery. Is the key to blame
When I started in the morning it's fine but if I drive it across town the lotto come on I shut the car off started again and the light stays off
ELECTRONIC THROTTLE CONTROL PIECE REPLACED... BUT THE LIGHTENING BOLT ON MY DASH IS BACK BLINKING! CAR SHAKES AND SHUTS OFF ON ITS OWN BUT BEFORE IT SHUTS OFF, IT IS 'PUTT-PUTTING' DOWN THE STREET (BC ITS HARD TO GIVE IT GAS). I SHUT IT OFF FOR A FEW, THEN START IT &ITS FINE BUT A LOUD WHINING SOUND IS THERE NOW. WILL RIDE OK TIL NEX MORNING & ITS ALL OVER AGAIN!!!! AAAHGGGHHHHH
Lately my car has been making that dinging noise that happens when a warning light comes on (ie fuel light or check engine light) but it's not accompanied by a light. It happens about once a day but today it did it three times while I was making the eight mile trip to work. Do you have any idea why this would happen?
Got home shut car off and it won't start
Was cool these day Freon got put in them all of a sudden the next day on my was to work just started getting warm someone said meaner it's over charged
I have a 2008 Dodge Avenger with 136,000 on it. Whenever I switch off the car and start it within around 10 minutes, transmission doesn't engage and car runs at high rpm. After switching off, if I wait for about 10 or more minutes and then switch on, it engages properly and runs fine. It has been happening from when I bought it used, 6 months now. Mechanic at Dodge dealer said there are no codes and that he couldn't find any problem with the car.
My car kept overheating and my mechanic found a leaky gasket that I ended up replacing only to discover I had to replace two thermostats with it as it was all located in the same place/unit. Unfortunately, my car continues to overheat very rapidly. The water reserve boils and the radiator is still full of antifreeze, but my car will still go from stone cold to super hot in a matter of minutes. Any ideas or suggestions?
If possible please send pictures and/or videos as I am trying to save on mechanic labor and do it myself.
My dodge avenger wont go over 40 mph and the electronic throttle light is on what do i do.?