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Jacksonville, FL

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need to check fuel pressure, I would suspect you will find it to be low. turn the key from off to on three times before you start the vehicle, on the fourth time, turn the key all the way, see if it starts right up.


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did you have the a/c on, are you sure it's not water from the air conditioning running. there is a water drain for the a/c on that side of the vehicle. right about where you are referring.


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I am number 13. you can get it from the dealership, just go into the parts department.


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need you to repost, but need you to know these two things first. vehicle will not crank, means you turn the key, but the engine does not spin over. vehicle will not run, means the engine spins over, but the engine does not go to running, these are two totally different things, what you wrote, I am not sure whether you are saying the engine will not crank, or the engine will not run.


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I hope you are aware, that even when you replace that part, the vehicle is not going to run. the vin number of the modules has to match, the key, which on Dodge is going to be referred to as a skim, that has to be reset. so a skim reset gets done, then the vin gets programmed into the modules, otherwise, it will crank, but will not run.


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if it is not reading that is one thing, not reading correct, well that is another. if it is not reading correct, the needles can be adjusted, it's fairly quick and easy. if it is not working at all, then cost wise will be less to repair your vehicle cluster then to replace the cluster.


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low fluid level can cause a whining noise. that would also cause the not shifting through all the gears. check the fluid level.


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batteries love cold weather, they do extremely well in it. if you take a completely and totally dead battery and put it in a freezer for thirty minutes, then pull the battery out, guess what, the battery comes back to life. yes people, batteries love the cold. its those electrons that cannot stand the cold, they do not move very quickly when its cold, it is easier for electrons to flow when things are warm, then when they are cold.


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one of the vehicles temperature sensors is going bad.


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I would suspect that the oil isn't being changed every 3K, possibly that Mobile One full synthetic is not being used, as it is written on the oil cap.


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