2004 chrysler crossfire will not start


Asked by Feb 25, 2017 at 02:03 AM about the 2004 Chrysler Crossfire Limited

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

will not start

7 Answers


Bad battery, bad starter, bad ignition switch


New battery, starter and switch


The fob's battery may be dead. If in doubt, go to a good locksmith that deals in car keys. It doesn't cost much to change that battery. The other answers are also correct.


How about a few more symptoms. Does it crank? Does it fire up and then shut off? When you turn the key on but not to the starting position can you hear the fuel pump and the fan?


Change the battery for the fob. No crank, does not fire up, yes fan and pump is running.. ?????


Sounds like what we call the mystery no start issue. There are three solder points on the RCM that need to be resoldered. An easy fix. http://www.crossfireforum.org/forum/tsbs-how-articles/38483-how-repair-relay-control-module-rcm-mystery-no-start.html Join us as well on the Chrysler Crossfire Owners Group on FaceBook. When you apply to join you will get a message from Greg in your "Other" messages. Reply back and he will put you into our "family"


The three points was solder and still no start... What to do now???

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