Having problems with your 2005 Chrysler Crossfire ?

Stop at the store for 5 min, come out and car wont start.

\015 Same Problem with a 2004 Crossfire and it is frustating because by the time the tow truck gets there the car starts again. The mechanic says he won't be able to figure out the problem as long as the car starts. The problem is that the car can go 2 months without any problem and all of the sudden it does not start. Please Help, Help Help.\015 Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 24-02-2020

Answers :

I would check the crank sensor first. each sensor has a resitance value that they should be. you can ohm each sensor to check if they are within range. The crank sensor is a inexspensive part that will cause a situation like this and if it was me I would have it replaced it is a small part that only last for so long. you can also have each sensor checked on a scanner with live data and you can have them checked by a mechanic who has a scope and can check the wave pattern on crank and cam sensor plus the fuel pump press and vol and wave pattern .and has fuel filter been replaced?. wiring should be checked as well. also some coils act up when hot if you have a coil pack. with a scope you can compare a known good pattern wave ect to yours. as well as checking the car when its cold and when its hot. but first for your trouble and safety put a new crank sensor in and have its resistance checked against the new one. I take it the motor turns over but doesnt start during these no starts correct? also any info you can give the mechanic as to details right before this has happened like same temp each time ? hit a bump each time , raining ect. see if anything comes to mind when this has happened. just filled up ect.
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