Called AAA for a jump start and nothing. No "rrrr" or anything. Lights, etc were not left on. Starter seemed to be okay before. The car ran fine. I parked it and went to start it and nothing. Battery tests fine for cold crank, etc. Now I have to have it towed! Any ideas why it wont start?
I have a 1998 Chrysler Sebring Convertible. 6 cyl. The car will not start. on 1998 Chrysler Sebring
by jfgmjr in New Cumberland, PA on January 17, 2012
3 answers 2 comments
ANSWER by globalhelper on January 17, 2012
could be your battery is just shorted internally and will not take a jump
Thank you for the response. I was told it was a fuse that blew the starter. I am not sure. I used to dabble in working on cars, but everything is too different now. Thanks again for the help.
ANSWER by gmc4me on January 17, 2012
I aggree with globalhelper. Bad cell inside the battery.
Thanks to you too! I see you both agree. I am told to replace the starter. It will run into more money than I thought. I did manage to replace the battery - too hard! I posted another question. I appreciate your response.
ANSWER by marktherepairguy on November 08, 2013
it is a fuse. ignition fuse, under the hood in the fuse box compartment