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|2003 Dodge Grand Caravan Sport 3.8L pedal VIN: 2D4GP44L83
Hey everyone this van is driving me crazy, i appreciate any help that is given ahead of time! The problem originally was that the car had a hard pedal in the morning, replaced the booster and the booster was defective, replaced again with a good one and the pr...
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|2005 Chrysler PT Cruiser Touring 2.4L Excessive Emissions, Poor Idle Quality, Surge, Misfire, Poor Fuel Economy, MIL Lamp on VIN: 1C8FYB8B75
Ok guys , i got this cruiser fixed. It turned out tyo be a defective 1/2 downstream sensor. After a 10 mile steady speed highway ride another code turned up: p2096: O2 Sensor 1/2 stuck lean. Replaced this sensor with a OEM one, verified operation with the sc... Trouble codes: P0133, P0137.
|2012 Dodge Avenger SXT 2.4L Heat VIN: 1C3CDZCB6C
Ok Ok ... yeah we are idiots. LOL All 13 replies stated our problem is the heater core. In my defense I wasn't actually as involved as I should have been for the kid working on it. We were overthinking the problem due to the strange (at least to us) symptom o...
|2002 Jeep Liberty Limited 3.7L heater VIN: 1J4GL58K52
Thanks to all the great replies. I have used CLR in the past to clean out heater cores and it works great. After replacing the thermostat the customer came in and said the heater works much better. It does lose a little heat when idling but he's not too concer...