I have a 2000 chrysler LHS havent had any problems untl yesterday. it just cut off at a stop sign.. tried to jump it and it turns over but wont crank. dont have the funds to buy alot of diff parts.

Asked by Mar 26, 2013 at 07:12 PM about the 2000 Chrysler LHS

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Try some starting fluid. If it fires, you know you have a fuel delivery problem. It shows you have spark and eliminates ignition items and fuses.

Where would i put startin fluid? im not a mechanic btw

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Open up the box that holds the air filter. The plastic pipe leads to the throttle body that lets air into the engine. Squirt it in there. Just about one seconds worth, it's ether and it's really powerful stuff.

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check the fuses under hood the 120 amp. also, the asd relay may be cutting power,switch some around ,some same

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