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|2002 Chrysler 300M 3.5L Excessive Emissions, Misfire, MIL Lamp on VIN: 2C3HE66G72
Came in with misfire and milkshake in oil. Found broken rocker, wiped cam lobe on cyl#6,and damage to head.replaced head and sent both to machine shop.reassemble , replace plugs,waterpump, and tbelt. Also b2s1 new. After tip in all cylinders on bank 2 start mi...
|2004 Chrysler PT Cruiser Touring 2.4L No Start VIN: 3C4FY58B74
customer stated it started, ran rough, and quit.no restart. so this car was a no start and the boss put a new fuel pump fuse in it. now there is no spark, no injector pulse but there is fuel pressure.(55psi) nothing in the skim, and initially there were no co... Trouble codes: P0335, P0340, P0122, P0129
|2005 Chrysler Sebring 2.4L Poor Idle Quality, Stall VIN: 1C3EL56R25
This car runs poorly first thing in the moring and stals untill engine warms up then runs fine afterwards. It will not show this problem again untill the fowing moring on a cold start. I have checked for a vacume leak as this was my first thought, only fou...
|2004 Dodge Stratus ES 2.7L pump VIN: 1FTGFTGTFT
i have two stratus' in my shop with what appears to be a trans noise in forward and reverse. the noise sounds like a power steering pump but since it is only present in gear and is not affected by turning the wheel i believe it to be from the transmission. I w...
|2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo 4.7L No Start VIN: 1J4GW48NX2
Vehicle brought in for MIL on and noise in engine. Retreived code P1391/loss of cam/crank. Also found worn out right side cam chain guides causing chain to rattle bad. Vehicle ran great prior to diag. Replaced all timing components under covers, resync cam & c...
|2000 Plymouth Voyager 2.4L Electronic VIN: 2C4FJ25B9Y
Hi folks and thanks in advance This van when coming to a stop stalls just like coming to a stop with a manual trans and not stepping on the clutch pedal, put it in second gear and all is good. I tried checking for code but can not communicate with transmission...
Fixes & Summaries for Chrysler
|2005 Chrysler Town & Country (Van) Limited 3.8L radio & blower VIN: 2C8GP64L75
On our first inspection the wire harness seemed ok. after replacement of FMC and fuse box we still had problem. on advice from Jeff and Terry we opened loom under battery a lot further and found wire corrosion we missed the first time (a costly mistake) vehic...
|1994 Dodge Ram 2500 Truck 5.9L Stall VIN: 1B7KF26C4R
First and foremost let me thank all who responded with great suggestions, experiences and information. Andy from Texas supplied a TON of detailed information that rather than cut and paste here, I'm sure everyone can open the replies to access. Ultimate...
|1996 Dodge Ram 3500 Truck 5.9L coolant temp VIN: 3B7MF33C7T
WE ORIGINALLY USED A NAPA THERMOSTAT IN THE TRUCK. WE REPLACED IT WITH THE UPDATED CUMMINS PART - NO DIFFERENCE. THE ONLY WAY WE COULD GET THE TEMPERATURE TO HOLD STEADY WAS TO BLOCK OFF PART OF THE RADIATOR. TRUCK DRIVES GREAT. OWNER SAYS IT HAS DONE THE TEMP...
|1997 Dodge Stratus ES 2.5L MIL Lamp on VIN: 1B3EJ56H9V
thanks for everyones help. ! as i was tracing wires the cusomer called and decided that the didnt want to put anymore money into this vehicle. sorry i couldnt come up with a fix guys! . such is life. God bless Trouble codes: P1496, P0112, P0118.
|1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited 5.2L blend air door VIN: 1J4GX78Y8W
thank you all for responding. your answers were quite helpful in making the decision to do the repairs myself or not. i did not mention the jeep is my daughter's so no customer issues here. i am a driveability guy but do troubleshoot electrical problems too. ...
|2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited 4.7L timing chain VIN: 1J4G858N6Y
Well everyone had a different spin on this repair. I opted to buy a workshop manual. And the answer is you must pull off the timing cover and remove the timing chains to remove the cylinder heads.