have a Chrysler 300 2006 2.7 car ran great the moment we did an oil change things started to happen. took it to shop they changed crank shaft. plus changed sensor, new battery, changed eco had it programmed, starter went out so we changed that I also checked fuses and when all said and done we went to start it and all you hear is think sound. the red lighting bolt light comes on and stays on the moment u put key in start potion but it won't start

Asked by Karis N Sep 06, 2019 at 11:05 AM about the 2006 Chrysler 300 RWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

what could be the problem

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The work you had done was pretty extensive. Take the car back to the mechanic and have him diagnose the problem. He might not have made repairs correctly or he might not have caught all the problems.

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ok he. didn't put starter on my dad did...the crank shaft got to hot and melted he had also done some new rewiring since the crank shaft was that bad it fried my ecm. the same day I took it out the shop my starter went out. one of the solenoids was a tad loose. before putting it in so hoping maybe that is the problem

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