por que mi carro le baron 1995 no lo puedo poner en marcha?

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Asked by Feb 06, 2015 at 09:08 AM about the 1995 Chrysler Le Baron

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

tengo un le baron 1995 tengo mas de 7 dias que le reparale la caja automática cuando
salieron a probarlo anduvo muy bien pero se apago y no se a podido poner en marcha se
le ha revisado todo el sisteme electrico , todo esta bien las computadoras estan bien me
han dichoque estos carro tienen un fusible escondido en el tablero  en cual no se le
encuentra alguien me puede ayudar a solucionar este problema por favor

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willywilly I plugged that in to Google Translate and got this: I have a le baron 1995 have more than 7 days it will automatically box when reparale took to try went very well but trailed off and not to be able to launch has reviewed all the electric sisteme him all this while computers are fine me dichoque this car must have hidden in the dash fuse which there is find someone can help me solve this problem please...........................*********I would help you if I could but can't make sense of that

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