1993 Dodge Intrepid Q&A
1993 Dodge Intrepid Question: Electrical Issues
My husband bought me a small car stereo system (a 2 channel amp, very small subs, and two for the front doors). We installed all the wiring ourselves, and found out a few days later that the battery kept draining. SO we removed the fuse to the amp. About two days later (today), the car would not start. We tried jumping her, banging on the alternator, and nothing. We finally replaced the alternator, charged the battery, and off I went. I stopped, the car would not start again, so we disconnected all the wires to all the stereo things, and jumped her again. We had just gotten out of the parking lot, my gas gauge went haywire, saying I had no gas, then a full tank, then no gas, as such. I got home, killed the engine, tried to start it again, and this weird beeping noise came from somewhere in the dash and the park light you see in the dash was flashing with it, and the darn car won't start again! Long story, but I was hoping someone knew what was going on. Thanks! - DeHafer
It doesn't take much when working on the electrical system to cause major damage to sensitive computer circuits. You may have damaged the Body Control Computer (BCM) and /or Instrument cluster. - Johnny Mopar
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