2004 Chrysler Crossfire



July, 10, 2009 AT 11:29 AM

Electrical problem
2004 Chrysler Crossfire 6 cyl Two Wheel Drive Automatic 42,000 miles

Car drove fine yesterday but today it won't start.

When the problem began I didn't get so much as a click. There are no beeps, no sound of the engine turning over, just the spoiler deploying automatically. As long as I had the key turned the spoiler motor would lift the thing out, and it I didn't get the sound of a click until the spoiler had fully deployed. Even now when I try to turn on the car the spoiler LED in the center console flashes with the rest of the lights, except the spoiler button LED is the only light in the center console coming on.
As of right now when I try to turn on the car I hear a clicking and the lights flash. I can't tell if the lights are dimming because of a problem with filming over the plastic where my headlights are. I can barely see the lights normally. So I have a friend coming over to help me jump the car. If it jumps great. If not we won't try more the once out of concern for ruining the battery.
I believe this should be the starter but I can't find it. I don't know where or how to replace. I understand it should be on the drivers side and I have looked online for pictures but I don't know which brand of starter is the stock part.


2 Answers



July, 11, 2009 AT 9:28 AM

Ok here is a pic of the starter and a pic of the location and how the bolts are holding it in so you can find it and remove it. It looks like it is on the passenger side not drivers. Let me know how it goes.





April, 9, 2012 AT 12:50 AM

So how did it go?

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