I bought a used 1999 Chrysler 300

Asked by Oct 02, 2016 at 12:35 PM about the 1999 Chrysler 300M 4 Dr STD Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

When I try to start it, it shuts of immediately. Like a
Stahl. Once in awhile it would stay on, but it feels
like it wants to shut down. Yesterday, I tried to start
it, and it doesn't even click, or turnover. It looks like
the gas gauge is slightly above E. So, I don't think it
is gas. I checked the oil, it was Low, it says to add.
The Antifreeze tank looks low to. There is a little oil
stain on the ground. The problem seems internal, it
gets no spark. I'm asking, because I don't have the
money for someone to pick up, and look at. Is
there Anything I should know, or has the Vehicle
had pass issues. Is there certain corks, or
maneuvers I must do to get going. Please inform
me, so this

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Sounds like the car wasn't taken car of. Check the battery voltage and battery cables/terminals for corrosion and clean if so. Save up some money to have it gone over and fixed so you don't have to worry about getting stranded somewhere.

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