Question about 2006 Dodge Magnum
For a few weeks now, the malfunction indicator light comes on and flashes occasionally while acting like it's going to stall or will take a few seconds to pick up speed. HELP! I have had a tune up recently and they said they hooked it up and didn't find a code. They also said they drove it and it didn't do it to them, figures/ but it continued to do this for me the next day and almost everyday since then. I called a dealer just now and they said if it is the cadillac converter it will be around $2500!! I cannot afford that right now! Help I am panicking, I need this vehicle to get to work!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have a 2005 Magnum and was also having this problem. Stalled out a few times and continued to idle rough and feel like it was going to die when I would slow down. At times it would feel like I would get a hesitation and then a surge. Engine light would go on for a day or so, then go out for a few days. First time I took it in, the dealership told me that it was a broken seal (I don't know where), but they replaced it and it continued to happen. The second time I took it to a mom & pop shop, and they told me that it was the oxygen sensor/altimeter, replaced it (only a $35 part), and I haven't had a problem since. That was 6 months ago. Hope this helps...
Posted on Sep 30, 2008
Might not be exactly your issue but it's close.
A popular problem with a no start, no crank condition is the failure/locking up of your WCM(Wireless Control Module) also refered to as a SKREEM module (Sentry Key Remote Entry Module). ***You may be able to temporarliy unlock/ reset this by disconnecting and reconnecting the negative battery terminal.*** The condition happens in cold/dry weather conditions and has to due with electrostatic discharge from the ignition key to the WCM (see above). This conditioned is corrected by replacing the WCM $800- $1000 parts & labor:(
This directly ties into the remote keyless entry so use the key only to open and lock the doors. Do not use the key fob. //
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
Sounds right & check manual for warranty guidelines for your emission system & components, sometimes they are a little longer than 40,000 I believe.
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
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