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Understanding the Chrysler Oil Change Indicator and Service Indicator Lights
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Chrysler Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) Car Program
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Chrysler car dealerships offer automotive technician jobs to mechanics who are certified through the MOPAR CAP (Career Automotive Program).
A Buyer’s Guide to the 2012 Chrysler 200
In 2011, Chrysler completely overhauled, updated, and remodeled their entire line, including the introduction of the new Chrysler 200. This reimagining of the old, boring Dodge Sebring sedan was already an exciting move...
A Buyer’s Guide to the 2012 Chrysler Town & Country
While the Chrysler Town & Country has been in production for over half a century, the 2012 Chrysler Town & Country is anything but old-fashioned. The model got a huge overhaul...
A Buyer’s Guide to the 2012 Chrysler 300
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2012 Chrysler 200 vs. 2012 Chevrolet Malibu: Which One Should I Buy?
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How do I replace my thermostat housing on my 2008 Chrysler 300
Hi there. Replacing this part does not require a lot of knowledge of cars, but you do need to have some mechanical experience to keep you from damaging anything. The thermostat housing can easily be broken when installing it if...
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After ice storm my car won't start.
Hi there. Check the starter wires and make sure that they are tight and clean. If the wires are good, then try tapping on the starter solenoid. If you hear a click when trying to start the engine, then the...
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Engine light on
The check engine light is controlled by the engine computer. If the light is on then the computer may have a code stored and sensing a problem in the system. You will need to have the computer scanned to see...
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Won't start and has not electrical power.
Hi there. Check the battery and see if there is a voltage. If there is not voltage or a very little voltage, then I recommend replacing the battery. If there is a voltage and it is lower than 12.4 volts,...
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car is not cranking, wont start.
Usually when the car will not crank but has power to other systems, the starter is a possible cause of this issue. Considering that you have had the vehicle for 9 years and never changed the battery, it is also...
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Front weels will not turn after hitting curb
As with any accident that damages the steering control, you will need to not try and drive the vehicle until you have the vehicle fully inspected to see why you lost steering control. You may have broken the tie rods...
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Not blowing out hot air no defrost
Hi There, The lack of heat being generated by your system may indicate a clogged heater core. The [heater core]((https://www.yourmechanic.com/services/heater-is-not-working-inspection) is a small radiator like unit that circulates the hot coolant from the engine through the heater core which then...
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Vibration and noise from front of vehicle
Vibration felt through the steering wheel is often due to tire/wheel imbalance although irregular tire wear and/or tire belt defects could be implicated. Sometimes vibration has multiple causes, so for example vehicle suspension components could be loose or worn and...
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I replace the thermostat and was told to drive it for engine light to go out but its still on after 5 days what can i do?
Anytime a vehicle repair is performed to remedy faults that arise from a check engine light (CEL) diagnostic, at the conclusion of the repair, a professional mechanic uses an appropriate scan tool to turn OFF the check engine light. The...
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Wheel bearing
Actually, you needn't drive it anywhere because YourMechanic can dispatch a certified mechanic right to your location, at your convenience. and remove and replace the bearing at lower cost than a shop. The service to request is wheel bearing replacement....
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Fuel pressure problem
This may be a sign of a faulty fuel pump or fuel pressure regulator. As you know, when you turn the key to on, the fuel pump is activated and the fuel system is primed with fuel at a specific...
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Check engine light
Hi There, This code relates to your Evaporative Emissions system. Your car has a small purge valve called a purge solenoid that controls the venting of fumes from the fuel tank as these fumes build up inside, particularly when you...
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The crankshaft sensor blows when car is put in reverse.
The problem is going to be caused by a short in the harness that goes down to the crankshaft sensor. Check to see if the motor and transmission mounts are broken allowing the engine to move too far and hitting...
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Do i need to add pag oil to my cars a/c system after the condenser is replaced.2002 Chrysler Town & Country
Hello. When replacing a part like the condenser it is a good idea to add some extra oil with the new refrigerant. Most refrigerants do have some oil in them which should be enough. The majority of the oil in...
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My car want start
Hi There, As you may know, there are several possible reasons that may cause your car not to start. Things like ignition coils, crankshaft position sensor, spark plugs, spark plug wires or ignition module are all components that may cause...
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I think my motor is toast.
It's possible you have major engine damage but to rule this in or out, the best thing to do is schedule an engine diagnostic. One quick test you can do is a compression test. Obviously, if compression is super low...
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will not start
You possibly have a dead battery but sometimes one can have both a dead battery and a weak (dying) starter motor. Batteries that are somewhat dead can often still run lights, dash lights and so forth but will not have...
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Crank seal leak.
The problem you are referring to is clearly described and well documented by other consumers in the NHTSA database of consumer complaints about the vehicle, as well as in copious commentary on the Internet. I am not aware of any...
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Power Steering stopped working
You should first check to see if the power steering fluid is full. If it is low then there may be a leaking pressure line. You will need to fill the system and look for a leak when someone turns...
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Engine oil light comes on and then goes out when driving
Hi There, The engine oil light is driven by the oil pressure in the motor at any given time. When you first start the vehicle up, this light comes on as it does a system check and momentarily detects engine...

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