I HAVE 2006 DODGE CHARGER AND MY KEY TURN BUT ALL I GET IS A CLICK AND EVERYTHING WORKING SO WHY WONT MY CAR START CAN SOMEONE HELP ME PLEASE

Asked by Sep 09, 2016 at 09:29 AM about the 2006 Dodge Charger SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I HAD A RELAY FUSE REPLACED AND I HAD NEW KEYS MADE ITS BEEN FIND FOR 2 MONTHS BUT NOW IT WILL NOT START ALTHOUGH EVERYTHING IS WORKING INSIDE AND OUT JUST WILL NOT CRANK CAN YOU PLEASE HELP ME

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1,000

You should test your starter. That's what is sounds like to me. Could also be a bad battery ground cable to block or a positive cable to starter. I would first start by checking out the starter

35,205

It might also be the anti-theft. Do you have the red-dot lit on the dash?

1,000

I don't think you will get a clicking sound out of the starter solenoid if the anit-theft is activated that tells me that it is trying to work but maybe their is a bad spot in the starter motor or not enough current to flowing though the motor to make it work

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