Chrysler 300M won't start


Asked by Nick Mar 20, 2018 at 07:00 PM about the 2000 Chrysler 300M FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

200 chrysler 300m popped codes for in and out
trans speed sensors as well as cam position
sensor. Was advised by all data to replace the
crank position sensor and coolant temp sensor at
the same time. All 5 sensors replaced and a new
battery and car turns on but won't start. Any ideas?
It did start initially after the sensors were swapped
but died after driving a block and hasn't started

3 Answers


unhook idle air control valve, disconnect negative battery terminal. go inside of car and start position , doing this drains the power from ecm. or you can wait 30minutes. also check for alarm systems

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Did that and still unresolved. There is fuel getting to the rail so the pump is working. When it cranks the rpm does move slightly to 100 or 200. It just won't start from there. I went over and double checked all the connectors and vacuum hoses and battery terminals. Everything is connected. I'm at a loss now.

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ECM. Fans. Trimming belt. Radiator. Thermostat.

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