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|2002 Chrysler Sebring LXi 2.7L Misfire VIN: 1C3EL55R92
Good evening gentlemen: This car came back after a couple thousand miles. It presented with code #P1391(intermittant loss of cam or crank sensor). Did wiggle test on wiring harness and found that the pigtail on the cam sensor was intermittant. Replaced pigtai... Trouble codes: P0354, P0356
|2005 Chrysler Crossfire SRT-6 3.2L Cuts out VIN: 1C3AN79N95
car runs fine at idle and accelerates well and super charger works, if you accelerate hard then decelerate, use the brake and then re-acclerate it seems as if the super charger is'nt working, you can let the car decelerate then let the car shift up normally an... Trouble codes: P2027, P0403
|2000 Dodge Neon ES 2.0L electrical VIN: 1B3ES46C2Y
Hello all I need a big helping hand on this car Im not a chrysler tech by no means. Customer run this car through a pond and locked the engine up. The customers dad replaced the engine with a remanufactured unit, replaced ckp sensor, cmp sensor, and ordered a ...
|2001 Jeep Cherokee Sport 4.0L Cuts out, Stall VIN: 1J4FF48SX1
This nightmare has been on going for about 2 months. Intermittantly jeep has been shutting off and engine will restart immediatly. No codes are present and fuel pressure stays constant about 48 psi. Has all the above mentioned new parts replaced plus 2 new bat...
Fixes & Summaries for Chrysler
|2007 Chrysler Sebring Touring 2.4L Stall VIN: 1C3LC56K97
cleaning the throttle was the fix I didnt want to do it with out advice because its an electronic trottle thanks all who helped
|2003 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo 4.0L No Start, Stall VIN: 1J4GX48S83
Thanks for all replies. I installed a new OE crank sensor. It has not returned in two weeks. Most all said crank or cam sensor. All said use OE sensors,after market ones were no good. I did find out the crank sensor was replaced 13 months ago and was not OEM. ... Trouble codes: 455 (Evap gross leak detected), 442 (Evap small leak detected), 320 (Ignition / Distributor engine speed input circuit).