Dodge
Caliber
18

No start or No Crank Due to Theft System Issue on Dodge Caliber

Problem Description and Possible Solution

A no crank or no start condition may be the result of a theft system fault. Our technicians tell us that replacing the wireless control module should correct this condition.

Problem Data
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Average mileage: 100,302 (43,000–170,000)
3 model years affected: 2007, 2008, 2011
18 people reported this problem
Comments
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I went to start vehicle and everything inside turns on but the damn car. I have replaced the starter and the ignition switch and still nothing.what else can i do. I cannot put too much into it since i have other bills as well that i have had to put on hold. What can i do to get this fixed.
car started shook and then stopped and would not start again. cranked a lot
will turn over but will not crank. the ETC light is on.
No crank no start got power ,starter is brand new, alternator is brand new, battery is brand new, but still nothing when engaging the key to start the car.
Drove it about 15 miles. Parked about an hour. Got back in, lights turned on car wouldn't start
Everything inside works, but won't crank.
New battery, new starter and still wont start
Currently vehicle is being checked but have been told by First mechanic who could not diagnose the problem but suggested that it could be a theft protection part of the car's computer system. I am waiting to see if that will be the diagnosis from the dealership I have the car at now.