Chrysler Repair Questions? Ask a Mechanic for Answers ASAP
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Ok, thanks. I am a technician at a Chrysler dealer and have seen this before. Your problems are caused by loose/poor battery cable connections, or an internal connection problem inside of the battery. Check clean and tighten the negative and positive battery cables. Check and tighten the cable at the under hood fuse box. If you still have this problem, then replace the battery. I am 99.9% sure that this will take care of it.
You can check it at least. If it feels good and tight, then that is not the problem. It will be the large red cable. If it is loose and moves, then let a shop take care of that for you. Just to be safe.
It runs from the battery, goes into the harness and then to the fuse box. You do not need to get under the car to see it, however you may need to pull it up to gain access to the main red cable. Copy and paste the link below into your browser's address bar and hit enter to see how it comes up.
Hmmmm, I doubt it, however there should not be bubble wrap around the battery, so it is good that you removed it.
Ok, then if the battery failed the test then of course replace it. Does not appear to be an alternator problem.
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