2002 Chrysler Town and Country completely dead, don't think it's battery.
2002 Chrysler Town and Country was sitting in driveway for a few months and the
battery was dead. Jumped the battery and everything lit up, power seats worked, but
as soon as I tried to start it while still hooked up to live jumper cables everything died.
It won't even click when the key is turned. Could it be a fuse? I checked the one
labeled "battery", but it seemed good. I have limited car repair experience, but can do
just about anything once I get the right info. Thanks in advance for any advice.
Sounds like battery is bad,even with jumping it threw cables it dos,nt have enuff power.This van uses a lot of power to run all the power components in it.Check battery,or replace with good one.
Will try that before I dig into anything else. Thanks!
I agree. Take battery to auto zone and have them charge and test it for you. Unless you have a battery charger. Battery really needs fully charged when it goes that dead.
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