Q: Q: Car cranks but wont start

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Hello i have a 2001 dodge durango that cranks but wont start i have replaced the battery, the starter, crankshaft sensor,, and all wiring going to the battery and starter, and it still wont start, i have replaced starter relay and checked all fuses, on my battery charger when the battery is at 100% and i try to crank it battery level goes down to 50 wen i just turn the key to the on position and the battery is at 100 % it goes down to 75
My car has an automatic transmission.

Hi there. Proper diagnoses needs to be performed for the no start condition. Circuit tests should be done, to determine whether there is a loss of spark, loss of fuel, or a loss of both. Assuming the engine turns over normally, it could be, a faulty ASD (automatic shutdown) relay, a faulty fuel pump relay, a faulty fuel pump, a poor connection or electrical fault in the power distribution center. I recommend having your vehicle’s cranks but won’t start diagnosed and repaired by a certified technician, such as one from YourMechanic.

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