1999 Sebring Won't start

Asked by Oct 03, 2015 at 04:18 PM about the 1999 Chrysler Sebring

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

accidentally pulled out ASD fuse and car shut off in 10 seconds
When I replaced the fuse, the car would not crank & start afterwards
Crank, spark &  fuel pressure now gone
"ccd" appears on display
What's up ?
Thx

6 Answers

100,335

Try disconnecting one of the battery cables and wait at least 30 seconds then reconnect the cable, this will reset the computer back to factory defaults. Note this may trigger the alarm if equipped, so make sure you know how to turn it off before performing this action. Then try to start the engine, it may run a little different for a while until the computer relearns the vehicle and how you drive, usually takes about 20 minutes of drive time to do so. HTH

Did that many times...even replaced ECM I had been having trouble with key/anti-theft system/alarm for some time prior...and poss BCM prob ?

100,335

Either that or a buss connection between the ECM and the BCM, have you checked the codes?

"Cannot communicate with ECM" That's why we replaced it But still same response

100,335

The first thing to check is the ECM to BCM wiring harness, look for any chaffing or rubbed through wiring, even a bad harness ground can cause trouble.

K That's what I'll do... Next... In near future Thx Will get back in day or two Thx again

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