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d2005 Caravan won't start?

Author : wilhelm

Submitted : 2018-01-09 12:23:14    Popularity:     

Tags: d2005  Caravan  start  

Without knowing the specific model and engine I can only offer a few suggestions. Start with the battery; does it crank over at normal speed? Pull a spark plug

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Without knowing the specific model and engine I can only offer a few suggestions. Start with the battery; does it crank over at normal speed? Pull a spark plug wire and have someone hold it with insulated pliers and see if a spark jumps from the wire to the plug. If yes you have spark or fire. If no it may be a bad wire or coil. Is it out of gas? Maybe you have a clogged fuel filter or broken fuel pump. Have you checked all the fuses and relays? Was the car running properly and then just wouldn't start one day? My '04 Neon was running fine and then lost power at higher rpm's. A quick look online and a trip to O Reillys to pull the OBD code suggested "crankshaft position sensor". Same code for "camshaft position sensor" so I bought one of those to. The Neon has 222K miles on it and I know those parts have never been replaced. One other thing before you spend any money. Check all the connections for dirt/corrosion between the battery and starter. You can clean them off with a small wire brush and some electrical connection spray and put petroleum jelly on them to prevent future corrosion. I hope this helps and Good Luck!

if you don't know how to diagnose a no start condition tow the vehicle to a mechanic.

lol git rid of ur car m8

Good job with the make, model, and year, but we need to know what kind of not start. Does it crank but not fire or refuse to crank at all. If no crank, is there a click? It also helps to know if this is all of a sudden, if it was after the battery had to be jumped, or if it has been flaking out before it failed. If the warning lights don't come on when the ignition is in the "run" position, we want to know that too... especially the "check engine" light. I would also assume the theft alarm light, far right above the temperature gauge, is not lit; correct me if I am wrong.



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