The fuel pump is in the tank. It sounds like it is in need of a tune-up because it could be any number of things causing your problem. It could get worse.
The engine on a 99 Chrysler Cirrus will turn but not start if it is not getting enough fuel or has no spark. Both issues can be diagnosed by taking the vehicle to a local mechanic.
Start it after filling the radiator.
Because your starter is going bad. You will need a new starter soon!
Honestly about 150,000 miles. After that the transmission will start to stick. common problem.
brake bleeding sequence for 1999 Chrysler is as follows: with engine off start with right rear 4 times then left rear same 4 times then right front 4 times then left front 4 times simple
try jumping the battery in the car or cleaning the cables
You hook the cables to the jump start posts under the hood on the driver side.
ask Dr.Z .com It won't start because it is a 10 year old Chrysler. I mean, really. I have one. You need to just drive it into the country and leave it somewhere.
Possible causes include a weak battery, battery connections, and a failed starter.
This is a major problem for most Cirrus models, and thousands of owners have complained. The best website to get info on this issue is http://repairpal.com/cars/chrysler/cirrus#recalls_section It is probably the EGR valve. The EGR valve contributes to hard or rough start, and will probably indicate the beginning of the stalling issues to come. You will find all the recalls on this website that helped me before I invested in a 1998 Cirrus.
map sensor is located on the upper intake on the passenger side near the back.
It is a non serviceable part of the distributor. The distributor will need replaced if the cam sensor has failed.
reset the fuel pump impact breaker located in the trunk usually on the side it's a red button
If they moved during belt installation, you will need to remove the belt and start over. The marks have to be correct.
Start the engine and idle in park. Pull the dipstick, wipe off and reinsert. Pull again and read the level.
start the car and let it idle while the car is running unplug the mass airflow sensor if the idle does not change then the sensor is probably bad if the idle does change or the engine dies out then it is working so leave it alone cause they arent cheap. A Chrysler Cirrus does not use a maf.
the car alarm will allow the car to start and run briefly then "shut down".
No. I got one from the dealer for 25 bucks then made copies at lowes for a couple bucks and they work just fine
Have you tried jumping the battery. If yes and that didn't work, and the car sounds like it is trying to start but not turning over it is proably your distributer.
My Cirrus wouldn't start with no check engine light either and it was not the battery because the radio, lights, power windows work. After taking to my mechanic he began checking the electrical system and found that the sparks plugs were not getting any power because the distributor was bad.
Moisture is getting into the distributor cap. It evaporates when it gets warm out. Replace it.
Idle speed on a 1998 Chrysler is computer controlled and is not adjustable. If idle speed is incorrect, you have a sensor, actuator, or mechanical failure. Places to start are, check for engine fault codes. Check for vacuum leaks.
Your car does not have a mass airflow sensor. It does sound like you are getting moisture in some electrical component. The first step would be to check the car for check engine light codes.
why did you buy a Chrysler van in the first place you douche