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|1996 Dodge Stratus 2.4L No Start, no 8volt from pcm VIN: 1B3EJ46X1T
Help, this car has no 8 volt going to Ckp or Cmp sensors. But it also is missing the 8 volt from the PCM. Shorts to ckp & cmp were checked and none was found. Thought I had fixed the problem when I found the pcm fuse missing from fuse box but that did not rest...
|2000 Dodge Dakota 4.7L ticking noise
i have a customer that has a 2000 dakota with the 4.7 litre. he has been to several different shops for this ticking noise.so far he has spent over 1000 dollars looking for this problem.the pan has been off...bearings and wristpins ok, valve covers have been o...
|1987 Jeep Comanche 2.5L Hesitation, Stall
engine cranks and idles well doesnt have any power when you rev engine it backfires though exhaust very bad also though the intake running very rich someone had pluged off map sensor vacum when you connet it the engine quits with old sensor and new one thanful...
Fixes & Summaries for Chrysler
|2001 Dodge Caravan SE 3.3L dash lights, reverse lights VIN: 1B4GP25R81
Van was back following Monday and I decided to start from the beginning again... I found B+ circuit at C1,1 dead to the world. First time around this is where I started also, likely I didn't load the cicuit enough?? Completely dead on recheck however...Thanks ...
|2005 Dodge Stratus SXT 2.4L MIL Lamp on VIN: 1B3EL46J55
OK, while I am waiting on the correct parts to repair this car, the problem IS positively identified. More on that in a moment... It seems from searching the data base that more than one tech has had a problem with this one, so let me share a few testing tip... Trouble codes: P0491 (Secondary Air Injection--Excess/Insufficient Air Flow).