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2004 Chrysler Sebring Touring 2.7L Monitors won't run VIN: 1C3EL56R24
Hello, this Sebring failed a scan-based State inspection because none of the 4 (cat, evap, 02, 02 heater) non-continuous readiness monitors have completed. I issued a 10 day extension, and told the customer to drive it and explained in detail about clearing ...
1996 Dodge Caravan ES 3.3L rotors VIN: 1B4GP55ROT
Attention brake specialists: 1996 caravan was sitting for a while and came to the shop for transmission problem.I ended up buying the car from the customer.Did the complete brake job on it.after 30 minutes rotors were over heated and had a poor braking.the ped...

Fixes & Summaries for Chrysler
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1999 Chrysler Concorde LX 2.7L ignition switch VIN: 2C3HD46RXX
Sooorrry for the long delay. Thanks all for useful information that gives me all kinds of thoughts. I think I may have to check voltage drops at various points that you guys've mentioned and take look at computer output to the starter relay. However the custom...
1995 Dodge Dakota 3.9L No Start VIN: 1B7FL26X9S
This is going to be a disappointment -- the fix was to remove the (unknown to me) additional aftermarket fuel check valve the customer had placed in the fuel line below the driver's seat. I believe his frustration led to skewed test results (tests that I ask...
1999 Jeep Cherokee Sport 4.0L noise VIN: 1J4FF68SXX
Was finally able to get the Jeep back into my shop over the weekend. It seems the problem went away for a while and only made noise one other time since I posted the request. I ordered a factory distributor ($255.00 my cost) and installed it in the vehicle. I ...
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