2000 chrysler lhs crank no start

Asked by May 08, 2017 at 08:00 PM about the 2000 Chrysler LHS 4 Dr STD Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My car cranks but won't start acts like its getting
no fuel. Fuses and relays are good. No check
engine light and i can hear my fuel pump hum upon
turn of the key. First time ive had any issues. I need
advice on the problem.

2 Answers


This may need a proper ASE certified mechanic or a good scan tool (OB2 type plug in tool for reading error codes). It could be one of several known issues with these cars. The car could have a bad cam shaft or crank seƱor that is bad. The PCM will have fault codes so those will need to be checked. The car may also need spark plugs, plug wires, and the starter and alternator to be checked. Make sure the battery is making a good connection and the cables are not corroded.

You sir do not read. Obviously the battery is good or it would not crank. Obviously my coils and wires are good because there are no fault codes Also there are no codes peroid why would i need a scan tool. I was hoping for real advice not a generic ass answer from someone who cant pay attention to detail. I belive that my timing belt snapped.

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