Question by  shane37 (19)

A start error is coming on my Dodge Sprinter, what should I do?


Answer by  jeyR (264)

Please get it towed to a service center and examined ASAP. You will need a full diagnostics to check the cause of the problem. Are you able to start the Sprinter at all?

Reply by boonjax (205):
Before that why don't you check your battery and get it charged. Check the voltage and current.  add a comment
Reply by busyfingers (239):
Sometimes all that is needed is a ECU reset - the techies will do that for you. Hopefully it's not a more serious problem  add a comment

Answer by  clbrown81 (20)

I would recommend you first read your owner's manual to determine if you can fix the error or if it should be taken to the dealership for service.


Answer by  rjeyanth (194)

bad luck! Your ignition module is probably bust. That's gonna blow a hole in your pocket - almost 900$ if you manage to get your hands on one. Add to that the cost of towing and having to live for about 1-2 weeks without your Sprinter! Ouch!!

Reply by light (200):
Other possible problems:
WSP problems
glo plug problems
key security code problem (easiest to set right! )
I got these after digging some Dodge forums!  add a comment

Answer by  ijlalnoor (2656)

There might be a problem in the ignition module. Take it to the service center and get it checked quickly.


Answer by  6ixk (1156)

Take it to a local parts shop and let them run a free diagnostic on the engine and see what codes it throws. They can tell you all about it there.


Answer by  cody (1331)

if a start error is coming up on your car you should check your car computer. bring it to a shop to get it done


Answer by  salsafoodie (3146)

A start error could be many things, of one it could be your starter or your transmission problem with your car. A reliable mechanic can help you pinpoint the problem and get the repair you need.


Answer by  hahagal (983)

It might be the transmission since I do not know much information I would assume it is the transmission which means it need to be replaced. You may have to take it to a mechanic for further testing.

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