trouble shoot sebring 2.7 engine light on

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Asked by Aug 22, 2012 at 04:38 PM about the 2002 Chrysler Sebring Limited Convertible

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

hard start now engine light on,now in limp mode.....66k miles ran fine til now.....any help on trouble shooting steps.....got the trouble code by key method and all it is p1684 battery disc last 50 starts ...it hasn't but that's my only code...thanks

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That code's definition is "battery disconnected within last 50 starts." If your battery has died or recently been replaced that might set the code. Also are your terminals corroded? If so, clean them using a solution of baking soda & water. After everything is dry, coat both terminals with Vaseline. They'll never corrode again. Also check your connections at the alternater. After doing this, using a scan tool (because you're OBD II), clear the PCM (computer). Drive the car & see if the code resets. HTH. -Jim

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