2005 chrysler 300 will not start
I went to the store and came out and my car would not start. I had one shop look at it and they said it was the started. I never had any problems before with the starter or any signs.
Be sure your battery is healthy (date code will reveal), and clean both terminals with a garden hose, clean off any corrosion with a wirebrush, clean the ground lug that attaches to the chassis and engine- with solid power at your fingertips you ought to be alright.
Put a meter on the small wire on the starter. Turn the key to "Start" and see if you have 12 volts. If you have power there, you need a new starter. If you do not have power there, you need to find out why. Start by checking the fuses and relay.
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