My 05 Chrysler 300 turns over but wont start seems like no fuel delivery

Asked by Jan 20, 2013 at 04:41 PM about the 2005 Chrysler 300 Base

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

4 Answers


Try some starting fluid. If it fires, it's a fuel delivery problem.

Yep, I agree but if you are not familiar with aerosol starting fluid, ether , just be careful, it does not take much, just a little squirt ..don't spray it for 30 seconds or something. Give it a shot right in to the intake without dissembling anything. It won't run but for a few seconds, and if that is the case start with a fuel filter check. If the fluid gets it started and it continues to run, have the OBC codes read. If it still does not fire up, make sure all starting fluid has evaporated, then check if if has a spark, a nice blue spark A yellow spark in a weak spark. Coil(s) maybe

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too much ether

this is bad

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