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.

4 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.


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.


Use it 2 too 3 times a week no more or 4 times a week locally and youll have no problems...i run mine with 93 octaine...valvoline full syn..runs like new...knocking in the back is rare diff fluid it uses full syn aswell as transmission...coolant flush normally... it might still drink oil but if you change the pcv valve that will solve your problem only cost 10 bucks..

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