ok i start my car it shuts off i do that five times then it wont even crank over, then when i get it to crank over again it will start til i shut it off then i gotta do it all over again any ideas???

Asked by Jul 09, 2012 at 11:06 AM about the 1999 Chrysler LHS 4 Dr STD Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

ok this car runs perfect but i think its an electric issue, when i get the car started it runs fine, but to get it started is a hassle, when i go to start it, it will start up n stall for about 5 times, then when i go to start it again it wont even crank over, all the lights come on so the battery is good, its brand new. then i can wait 20 minutes maybe ill have to wait  hours for it to crank over again, then some times my windows blinkers and speedometer wont work unless i move the steering wheel up n down any suggestions\??

3 Answers

415

Ignition switch could be bad

135

it could also have a bad ground in your fuse real lay's or in your wiring harness.

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My car did the same thing as yours did u get it started

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