My 2006 Chrysler Crossfire won't start.
The battery tested out fine and has a 98% charge, The ignition lights, interior lights and radio work, but the starter won't engage. However, when I disconnected the battery to test it and then reconnected it, the car started briefly and immediately died. It started once more and then immediately died again. Then the starter quit engaging again.
Check connections at starter making sure they are nice and tight.
I was assuming that I had an issue with the starter until I pulled the battery, reinstalled it, and was then able to start the car and then the car immediately died. Would loose connections on the starter cause the car to keep stalling as soon as it starts?
Are your battery terminal ends factory ends connection made right into terminal ? If so have someone try to start vehicle and wiggle the battery cable going into the terminal and see if it starts if so replace terminal ends.
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