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1991 Dodge Dakota 5.2L Stall VIN: 1B7GL23Y5M
Truck has little or no throttle. When you press the accelerator pedal, RMPs climb to 2000 and die off. If you press the accelerator pedal slow, RMPs climbs to 3000 and then die off. Have checked square wave from TPS and Map sensor. Square wave pattern ok. Have... Trouble codes: 13 (MAP pneumatic signal No variation in MAP sensor signal is detected. or MAP pneumatic change No difference is recognized between the engine MAP reading and the stored barometric pressure reading.), 14 (MAP voltage too low MAP sensor input below minimum acceptable voltage. or MAP voltage too high MAP sensor input above maximum acceptable voltage.)
1998 Dodge Avenger ES 2.5L power steering pump VIN: 4B3AU52N6W
Hello everyone and thankyou for taking time to read this post. I have this mitsu avenger that is getting on my nerves. After replacing the rack and pinion and power steering pump we cannot get the system bled all the air out no matter what. We followed the all...

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1998 Chrysler Concorde LX 2.7L Cluster VIN: 2C3HD46R1W
Thanks for all the help. I eliminated all wiring problems and installed a new instrument cluster that had been updated several times by the dealer. Problem now fixed, the dash works fine. -Bill
2007 Chrysler 300 Limited 3.5L MIL Lamp on VIN: 2C3KK53G87
I appreciate all who took the time to read and respond to my request. Most everyone reminded me that it should (and would be) covered by warranty. The owner is an older gentleman (75-80 yr. old) and had taken it to the dealer who sold him the car. They had wo... Trouble codes: P2096 (Post catalyst fuel trim system too lean bank 1), P2099 (Post catalyst fuel trim system too rich bank 2).
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