I have a 1990 Dodge Daytona ES 2.2 Turbo Automatic
I had just backed up but when I put into drive it died. It will crank over but will not start. There is fuel pressure in the fuel rail but the plugs are dry. There is no spark to the plugs or out of the coil. I replaced the coil -- no help. The error code says -- part throttle unlock solenoid driver circuit fault. The guys at the parts store ordered the part but have no idea where it goes. It sounds like a neutral safety switch of some kind. It may be under the console but as it is very difficult to take out I hate to dig into it unless I have to.
Any help on why it won't start or where the solenoid might be located would be greatly appreciated.
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crank angle sensor, Crank position sensor ,reads the position in degrees of the crankshaft. When the sensor reads a set point on the crankshaft it sends a signal to the ECM(CPU) program which then triggers the spark for that positioned cylinder. It also triggers the injector to squirt. Without it the CPU will not know when to set the spark or injector so nothing works.It is constant for all ECM controlled engines regardless. Further the cam shaft position sensor sends a signal to the cpu telling it that the valves are in the correct position for spark,fuel. When the cam belt/chain breaks there is no position regestired so the spark and fuel are shut off
code - 37 TCC brake switch circuit error. this is the torque converter clutch. Open or shorted condition detected in the torque converter part throttle unlock solenoid control circuit
For turbocharged engines, code 37 will be triggered when the baro-read solenoid circuit is open or shorted.
For normally aspirated (non turbo) engines with automatic transmissions, code 37 will be triggered when the Part Throttle Unlock (PTU) solenoid circuit is open or shorted.
For normally aspirated cars with manual transmissions, code 37 is sometimes set for no apparent reason.
This is detected when the ECU doesn’t sense near 0vdc or 12vdc at the relay when the solenoid is turned on or off. When code 37 is thrown the power limited light will not be lit and the system will not enter limp mode.
hello i got a 1990 dodge daytona shelby the code 13 is MAP sensor signal to the computer (ECU) not changing so the map sensor is should be on the firewall with a vacuum line on it little black box looking thing well make sure it plug in and good and that it dose not have a leaking vacuum line if that dose not work you have a bad map sensor thay run about 30 to 100 at auto zone o onec you think you fix it remove the battery term for about 5 mins with the key on and trun the key off before conttecting the battey back up drive for about 20 mins to see if the code show up if you get code 55 all that means is end of falt code list you mite get a code 12 meaning The battery has been disconnected and the computer (ECU) has been reset hope that help keep that daytona runing it a good car