Question about 1999 Dodge Intrepid
2 weeks ago I my car stop and check engine light came on. Usually all I have to do is restart it, but that wasn't the case the guy who always fix my car said I need a water pump. He changed that, and it still wont start. He told me he probably didn't put the timing change back right. What do you think. PLEASE HELP ME
It sounds like the ecm is picking up a low fluid level and going into self protect mode also known as limp in mode.. the problem you describe is typical of a vehical that is either low on coolant or low on oil. when the ecm senses a low coolant or oil level it will shut the engine down to keep it from damage. I f the levels are ok this would mean that there is a parameter issue within the ecm. my suggestion would be to have a diagnostic scan done on your vehicle. the ecm most likely will have active codes stored. this will give you a starting point as to how to repair the fault. do yourself a favor take it to a small independant shop and not a dealership. this will save you money on the labor costs alone. please rate the solution.....thanks
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