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|1996 Dodge Intrepid 3.3L radiator fans VIN: 1B3HD46T5T
when engine is cold or hot both radiator fans are running on high speed, they first start out on lower speed than 10sec. or soo they go to high speed.. coolant temp is reading ok on obd2.. poss in op rad fan switch?
|2000 Dodge Dakota 4.7L MIL Lamp on VIN: 1B7GG22N1Y
First Replaced Coolant Temp Sensor P0118 Comes Back With in Seconds Of Clearing PCM C1 Connector Pin 17 5V Supply Only Shows Up .01V. Is This A Bad PCM Or Where DOes The 5V supply come from? Trouble codes: P0118, P1281
|2006 Dodge Ram 1500 Truck TRX4 5.7L Low Reverse Solenoid VIN: 1D7HU182X6
Truck came in today, customer complained of high RPM, transmission slipping and check engine light on. Scanned vehicle had DTC P0750 code present. Code is LR solenoid open/shorted to ground/voltage. Tested pin #19 at PCM C4 connector through LR solenoid back...
|2008 Dodge Grand Caravan SE 3.3L Tcs VIN: 2D8HN44H78
Hi Dodge TECH. This Dodge Caravan have a TCS problem. The wheel will lock up while drive. The ESP and Trac Control light will come on and go. According to Mitchell, it say to diagnose AND repair DTC C1219-STEERING ANGLE SENSOR ERRATIC PERFORMANCE before other ...
|2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited 4.7L Surge, Cuts out, MIL Lamp on VIN: 1J4GW58N1Y
The Jeep came in with a check eng. light complaint and runs rough. The code is a p1391(int. loss of cam or crank sig). The customer had already tried installing a cam sensor and it didnt fix the problem. We have tried both a cam and crank sensor in it with no ... Trouble codes: P1391
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|2000 Dodge Ram 2500 Truck 5.9L MIL Lamp on, tach drops out VIN: 1B7KC2369Y
Well guys,let me start by thanking all that responded.Since the truck ran fine and the customer needed to put it back to work he opted to take it as is.Really burns me up to give one back that isn't repaired,but I guess I see his point of view.Gerald suggested... Trouble codes: P0336.