i have a 05 Crysler Sebring convertable. for some reason i tried starting it and it wouldnt start. i can get headlight and radio and everything on assessories but i cant start it. theres no clicking when i turn the key either. could this a starter problem?

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Asked by Jun 25, 2013 at 07:58 PM about the 2005 Chrysler Sebring

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Most probably battery. Do you have a voltmeter handy? Probe the terminals and see what voltage you get. Anything less than 12.3V and 5 years old and it's time for a new one.

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The non-clamping end of the black 1/0 battery cable as it attaches to the frame/chassis is a trouble point....this connection to the chassis (so that the computer will work) as well as the additional 1/0 cable to the motor (usually around the alternator) need to be able to pump 300 cold-crankin' amps through there too....and get a new battery if yours is older then five as they tend to heat-up the alternator if it's pushin hard to charge a dud battery~

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thanks so much guys...i thought it was a starter issue so much i know. ill deffienatly tell my brother to look at connections and battery. my brother eas thinking connections...but havent gotten the chance to look at it yet. he will be tomorrow at the shop. thanks so much.

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get a coarse wirebrush~

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