My 1993 Chrysler lebaron quit on me twice today once when I was parking and the second time when I was coming to a red light. Both time it completely cut off and didn't start back up when I turned the

Asked by Nov 17, 2014 at 04:20 PM about the 1993 Chrysler Le Baron

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

When I turned the key nothing came
on after bout five minutes it cut on but
it seemed like it was dead what could
it be?

10 Answers

40

Try battery or starter

40

Autozone will check battery for free if it's not that your starter is bad

OK I'm take it to get it checked out tomorrow thanks

The car just died while I was driving and wouldn't do anything waited awhile and started up like nothing happened

40

It could also be a bad alternator. But start with battery and ask autozone what they think.

Wentt to go get it checked and was told its a electrical issue

Battery is good

Now it won't do anything at all

40

Ok it is probably the alternator. It was probably going bad before so it still allowed your vehicle to start a few more times but died as you were driving. It's probably completely out not. I'd try finding a cheap one, even good condition used and see if that won't work. Because it sound like what happened to my thunderbird and I had to get a new alternator then it worked like a champ

40

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