Hi,What specifically is happening? Does the car turn over but not start?
When you say "Had the car 3 Days now" do you mean you've only just bought it?
Yes the lights are on, glow plug goes out and click... I’ll pass this to the garage. Sadly the main dealer here no longer do ChryslerDo the instrument panel lamps come on? If so, the exciter wire for the starter solenoid may be detached and/or its terminal corroded. This is a common problem.
Yes the lights are on, glow plug goes out and click... I’ll pass this to the garage. Sadly the main dealer here no longer do Chrysler
he’s tried the wire and it still not starting. He has bypassed the relay to crank it over but won’t startThanks for you advice on this, I hope it’s just this simple, I’ll keep you posted
Brake switch?If the exciter wire wasn't energised, then it could be a faulty ignition switch. I haven't heard of this problem before in a 300C, but it is quite common in Audis (I have one).
There are lots of diagnostic fault codes associated with ignition problems, but you need a sophisticated scanning tool to detect them.