I had the same problem. Everytime I would turn the ignition past Accesory to the On position the 20A fuse would pop. I went through 15 or so fuses. I could get it to start every now and then, so one time it started I drove it up to Sears Auto and they diagnosed the Battery as having a bad cell. Replaced the battery and haven't pop a fuse since then.
Popping the 20A ignition fuse....have your battery tested and probably replaced!
check the starter too if battery is good
I had this problem as well. It turned out to be the starter. It occurs when you move to "start" and the starter fails to engage. Whether this was simply a bad solenoid, or something else in the starter, I can't say for sure. In short, if the engine didn't immediately turn, the fuse would blow in about 2 seconds. I got around it for quite a while by being very careful to not hold the switch in start unless I detected the engine turning over. Eventually the starter ws relaced and all is well.
A fuse that keeps blowing is an indication of a malfunctioning ignition. The ignition may be the culprit or the wiring leading to the ignition may be the problem.
Because something on that supply line has a problem
Had the same problem and it was the computer chip in the ignition key
there is a problem with your ignition coil or wires
timing , burnt valve, fuel/carburation prob.....most likely a timing/ignition problem.
I have a 2001 Dodge Stratus 2.7 and had the same problem. I ended up replacing the fuel pump in the gas tank.
Problem with the starter. Possibly locked up, or shorted out. Remove and test the starter.
the ignition switch is the problem with this vehicle.
There is a problem on the engine or transmission. One of the sensors sends a code to the computer and this code is store into the memory. You can use this information to fix the problem To find the errror you have to turn the ignition on and off 3 times. Chrysler calls this key dance ON-OFF-ON-OFF-ON. The code with the problem will be display on the cluster. Write it down and check the code.
you have an engine/ignition problem. HAve a garage read the codes and diagnose the problem soon.
its either the starter or your ignition
Physically has a turning problem ? Try your spare key and still has the problem? Replace the ignition switch.
I have the same problem I am ready to jack the chrysler up and install a Toyota underneath it
I have the same problem, going to have a locksmith make sure its the ignition switch and cylinder and just not a key problem or a tumbler problem.
I just had this problem last night and I ended up having to take it to the dealership because the key just would not move at all. They had to replace the ignition in my car which ran about $300.
air is blowing bat problem is no air com to front only in class
There are several reasons why a Hyundai will not start with the ignition is on. There could be a problem with the battery or starter. There may also be a problem with the wiring.
My wife and I purchased a Sebring (1998) that had the same problem. We were told it is the chip in the key. The key needs to be replaced.
Problem with plug shorting?
What, exactly, is the problem?
That means you ignition is lock but its not a BIG problem. Just unlock it.
If an oven keeps blowing fuses it points to an electrical problem. This problem could be with the oven itself, it may be something in the house. In either case, you should have the wiring checked out.
YES unfortunatly ,Chrysler failed to produce a reliable engine due to oil sludge problem, water pump problem and timming chain problem. Buy a 3.2 or a 3.5 instead
The key is almost never the problem, there is a halo ring around ignition and module in dash that are usually the problem- you need an auto locksmith to test them