2007 chrysler crossfire starts then quits. Does this two-three times then completely stops turning over. I can then remove the battery ground and reattach starting this process all over.

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Asked by Feb 11, 2014 at 07:46 PM about the 2007 Chrysler Crossfire Roadster Limited

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

2007 chrysler crossfire starts then quits.  Does this two-three times then completely stops turning over.  I can then remove the battery ground and reattach starting this process all over. RCM looks good upon inspection.  I see mention of a screem sensor?? Where is it and can I replace it without going to a dealer?

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sounds like the security is shutting it down. just turn the key to run position and see if a red light stays on or flashes. If so there is a security issue. Are you using a programmed key?

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I am using a programmed key and I did not notice any red light indicating a security issue. The battery has been tested and is good. Seems like it is not getting fuel or that something is cutting it off. After reading I some blogs I thought it might be the skreem module but not sure how to test. No check engine light showing either. Could a clogged fuel filter cause this same problem? Thanks for your previous reply..

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Been in the shop for past two weeks keep getting various answers. Final answer is that it needs part #5102774aa power door lock actuator?? Part should be in tomorrow will see if this fixes the problem. Prior to this they were thinking RCM module and Skreem module?? not feeling really confident.

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Did the door lock actuater fix the problem?

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