my crossfire cranks but wont start, also the engine light has been on since

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Asked by May 16, 2015 at 05:36 PM about the 2004 Chrysler Crossfire Limited

Question type: General

after pulling the key out of the ignition 2 sometimes 3 times than it will start. since it
started doing this my check engine light is on. what is the problem! does anyone know?

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I was having the same problem and googled the symptom "mystery no start" and found a guy in Sierra Vista, Arizona who advised the issue is the Relay Control Module (RCM). He has step by step instructions to locate it and repair yourself (if you are so inclined). I tried but was unable to get to the pins that needed soldering, so I shipped the part to him and he repaired it and I had it back in one week. I have not had any issues since. ps I found him on a Crossfire forum

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http://www.crossfireforum.org/forum/tsbs-how-articles/38483-how-repair-relay-control-module-rcm-mystery-no-start.html

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