My 2006 Chrysler 300 2.7L.

Asked by Feb 21, 2015 at 08:00 AM about the Chrysler 300

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My Chrysler 300, would not start, so I towed it to a Repair shop.  They changed the fuel
pump, thinking that was the problem.  I got home and tried to restart the car and it
wouldnt start.  Can it be my sparc plugs.  It has a new battery and alternator. besides I
even tried eliminating that problem by getting another person to jump me.  It still will not
start.  Clueless.

3 Answers

I have the same problem, were you able to fix this?

I had this problem too... if you have a spare on your main key fob, try removing it. Then try again with the main key. Could be a bad spare key and the anti-theft starting system is sensing its presence. Worked for me, and worth a shot.

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if its not that and turns over could be a starter problem out ignition switch under the stearingwheel if not the antitheft security system or reprogram the computer system or check all the wires that connect to the power harness.

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