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1995 Eagle Vision

jd911jd911 Member Posts: 1
edited March 2014 in Eagle
Well, i got out of my car quickly to run into the corner store. When i got back in the car wouldn't start. The engine turns over, but wont' start. I'm not sure what it is, but i was wondering if anyone had any ideas??


  • wtd44wtd44 Member Posts: 1,208
    How about the famous Chrysler Corporation ceramic resistor that was usually located on the firewall? Maybe by 1995 that became history, I do not know, but I recall the symptoms of the car "wanting" to start until you released the starter engagement, at which time the electricity would be cut off by the "one way valve" ceramic piece. They used to cost $2.50 but I paid $85.00 which included the tow...
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