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|1998 Dodge Grand Caravan ES 3.3L Body Control; VIN: 1B4GP54G4W
Van came in would not start. Mechanic checked and said it was in the body control module. We put in a used module and it would start run a couple seconds and die, it did this about 5 times and now we are back to were it wont turn over again. We found out that ...
|2002 Jeep Liberty Limited 3.7L engine VIN: 1J8GK58K42
Hi guys i,ve got a bit of a head ache hear. bought car from a police impound auction first replaced fuel pump for no start. got engine fired up and noticed rod knock after engine warmed up. used engines were too pricey so boss had me tear it down for a recrank...
|2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited 4.7L Water leak VIN: 1J8HR58N55
Rain water leaks from factory installed sunroof switch panel/light at the center of the roof panel above the windshield. It doesn't happen if the vehicle is not moved. The two drains on either side at the front are clear and I can send water through them that ...
Fixes & Summaries for Chrysler
|2007 Chrysler Sebring Touring 2.4L Unknown VIN: 1C3LC56K87
Thanks for all the replies...Sean from Washington was very close to the problem...What it turned out to be was carbon on the valves causing them to stick at hi rpm..Cleaned the valve system as per a tech bulletin we found on Direct Hit on this exact problem.Ru...
|2003 Dodge Sprinter 2500 2.7L Proportioning valve VIN: WD5WD64203
No useful info received, customer is satisfied as is, so no repair will be performed.
|2003 Dodge Sprinter 2500 2.7L Knocking VIN: WD5WD64203
Thank you to all who replied. No one thought cylinders could be cancelled with any tester. Method of capping off high pressure line with Miller Tools cap would certainly work, but pretty hard to do. Suggestion of plugging in dummy injector might work. We tried...