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P1361 Diagnostic Trouble Code Discussion for January 2006

ICM Ignition Control Circuit Low Voltage


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Trouble Ticket Help Requests for DTC P1361
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1998 Dodge Caravan 3.3L No Start, Poor Idle Quality, Cuts out, Stall, MIL Lamp on VIN: 2B4GP25R3W
P1361: loss of cam or crank signal. I have a caravan with an ignition problem that is currently present. It will start and then miss and sputter then stall. It seems to be losing the signal from the computer to the coil to fire the coils. Now I have cam and crank signal getting to the computer a...
January 02, 2006
1998 Dodge Caravan 3.3L No Start, Poor Idle Quality, Cuts out, Stall, MIL Lamp on VIN: 2B4GP25R3W
P1361: loss of cam or crank signal. I have a caravan with an ignition problem that is currently present. It will start and then miss and sputter then stall. It seems to be losing the signal from the computer to the coil to fire the coils. Now I have cam and crank signal getting to the computer a...
January 03, 2006
1998 Dodge Caravan 3.3L No Start, Poor Idle Quality, Cuts out, Stall, MIL Lamp on VIN: 2B4GP25R3W
P1361: loss of cam or crank signal. I have a caravan with an ignition problem that is currently present. It will start and then miss and sputter then stall. It seems to be losing the signal from the computer to the coil to fire the coils. Now I have cam and crank signal getting to the computer a...
January 02, 2006
1998 Dodge Caravan 3.3L No Start, Poor Idle Quality, Cuts out, Stall, MIL Lamp on VIN: 2B4GP25R3W
P1361: loss of cam or crank signal. I have a caravan with an ignition problem that is currently present. It will start and then miss and sputter then stall. It seems to be losing the signal from the computer to the coil to fire the coils. Now I have cam and crank signal getting to the computer a...
January 03, 2006