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Old 01-16-2019, 05:21 PM   #1
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2005 Grand Caravan not starting

My 2005 Grand Caravan started will not engage. Battery is new, relays in fuse box click when key is engaged, and the shift position light on the dash does not light up. If you turn the lights on and hit the ignition, the lights don't dim. Usually this would happen if there was juice to the starter.

Is there a shift lever position switch that might be bad? If so, where is that at and how hard is that to replace?

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Re: 2005 Grand Caravan not starting

Make sure you are all the way in park. Also try putting it in neutral to start it.
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I think I might have figured it out. The red security light is on. I'm guessing something with the computer at this point.
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