Hi I have a 1997 Chrsyler LHS that won't start. At first the problem was on and off leading me to believe it was a dead spot in the starter. Prior to replacing the starter I replaced the starter relay in the power management control center and the car started up fine for about 20 times. Then a few days ago again it would'nt start. I get power to all components such headlights, dash information lights, radio, etc. And the battery is holding a good charge, just no spark to turn it over. So I have replaced the starter and it still won't start which leads me to believe it may be the neutral start safety switch. (Although I can start it if I jump the lead of the battery to the hot wire that runs down to the starter). Problem is I have no idea where the Neutral S.S. It's located. I have the Mitchell Repair Guide on CD-ROM and it has no information on it. Would it be located in the interior by the center shift console under the plastic molding? Or somewhere in the engine compartment. I have only replaced one before and that was on my 1959 Olds and that was in plain site under the stearing column. Any help would be greatly appreciated so I can get to work this week. Thanks!
have the same problem?
Wednesday, February 28th, 2007 AT 1:12 PM