Chrysler should be liable for the repairs but they assume no responsibility, probably because this model has so many electrical, computer, and alarm issues that they would have gone broke fixing all of them. The alarm will set whenever you lock the car either manually by lock button or power lock switch when a door is open and then you close the door; or by closing all doors and locking with a key in the driver door or using keyless remote lock button. If another key works, you will only need to get a replacement key and have it programmed for your car. Eventually it stopped cranking, I attempted to start vehicle again then it started. .
I will be back in touch as soon as I have something to report. This won discharge then the battery unless there is a unrelated electrical fault in the system. The cluster and radio will come on, but the car doesn't crank. It is not a battery or starter problem. Now the alarm sets most of the time when I exit the car, but I cannot use the key in the drivers door, because it will nor un-arm the alarm, and if the alarm did not previously come on when I locked the car it come on when I try to unlock the car. Check if the battery terminals look tight.
The dealership told me I needed a new electronic distributor. The approximate failure mileage was 50,000. Likely the power to this ring has been broken via the fuse found under the hood. The contact stated that while traveling 10 mph, the vehicle stalled without warning. So then i took the car to the shop wanted to figure out the problem because i would thought it would be the Alternator but turned out not to be, what might be the problem.
Chrysler says replace the battery. Had a real hard time getting the key to do anything. When you insert the key, the transmitter sends out a radio frequency. I don't see any strange theft lights on the dash or anything like that. I had it towed from virginia to maryland to the dealership. Your immobilizer was probably triggered do to your alarm system being activated or a fault in the system to reset it disconnect both negative and positive battery terminals the touch the cables together note make sure terminals are disconnected from battery or explosion can occur this will drain the capacitors and reset your immobilizer. The manufacturer was not notified.
When vehicle is cold runs ok, sometimes a little rough but not bad. I had to have it repaired and it was expenses. In anti-theft equipped vehicles, the system would sense when you removed the ignition key. As I completed a search, I discovered that there were several other complaints regarding this same problem. No intentionally bad, harmful, or deceptive advice.
The security system could be the cause. The battery, altenator, and starter are all good. If so i could be a bad key. I disconnected the ecm harnesses cleaned the posts with a qtip and acohol. My main commuter car is a Chrysler Sebring 2001. The system allows up to 5 keys to be programmed to one vehicle. The key and the system are now programmed.
If there is a malfunction in trunk lock switch, system will arm, but switch will not be monitored. The manufacturer was not made aware of the failure. Also while driving around corners the brake light will go off as well as going down some hills. The vehicle failed to restart. We're pretty flexible and we even enjoy a bit of humor now and again. Take pictures, crawl under the car, look under the hood. I changed ever fuse whether it looked good or not in the engine compartment and the fuse and relay panel under the hood.
You must insert both keys withing 15-secs. Replace starter solenoid, starter contacts, starter assembly or repair starter circuit as required. Remember when u turn your ignition switch on a lot of light turn on on the dashboard, so maybe your ignition switch is bad. Started to call wrecker and shifted into neutral and it started. This isnt a place to post your youtube channel 5 Mark Solved. One month after purchase, car dead, turned out it needed a batery. Please report bad advice to the mod team.