My 2005 Crossfire

Asked by Mar 30, 2017 at 02:23 AM about the 2005 Chrysler Crossfire Roadster

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Car will not start had the starter replaced and now it
will try to start the engine will turnover but it seem
to not catch to start

4 Answers

835

Hard to diagnose from afar, but I would bet it's the crankshaft (pickup) sensor. Do you have spark? Try spraying some starting fluid and see if something changes. If so, should be the fuel pump.

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Even though I had the crankshaft sensor replaced a few months ago?

It finally started today so I took it back to my machanic the engine light was on he put it on the tester and it read crankshaft sensor so mine was under warranty they replaced it and now it starts let see what happens in the morning thanks

445

I will on;y use a Bosch CPS. All others seems to fail super fast!

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