VAN DIED GOING 45 DOESNT START UP ALL THE WAY OR I HEAR A CLICKS HELP ME?????!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 4, STARTR

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Asked by Oct 16, 2014 at 09:03 AM about the 2000 Chrysler Town & Country LX

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

as driving 45miles per hr my 2000 Chrysler town and country 3,3 engine, died like running out of gas. so i put gas in,bought battery home & charged battery all the way.slapped it in and van started, made it home. from then on it wouldn';t start. it would whine and try to start but not turn over. if it didnt crank/ turn over. it would make a clicking sound or crank but not turn over. battery is great got it tested

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I don't know who tested the battery, but it might still have a bad cell- how old is it?- if it is older than 3 years, you can replace it with a new one and feel good because batteries should be replaced on a regular basis just like any batteries- other than that, check the connections, the ground, and the connection to the starter- sounds like it is working intermittently so these bad connections might be the problem-

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