I replaced all sensors and relays i know of dealing with coil,distributer,tps. it starts perfect runs great until starts warming up slowly looses power until warm then looses all power it also gets warm really fast now?
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hi, I use to have the same problem I had to change engine electrical wires, then I had to change the crank sensor and the module ( destributer ) first let him check the complete wires installation then if they are good let him change the crank sensor
Sounds like a fuel problem,You did the coils,plug wires and sparkplugs, that should of taken care of the misfire,You may have a EGR that stay open and doesnt close properly and it doesnt set a code why the ECM compensate for the false air.Now this causes rough idle,and smooth cruise with no misfire until you get to stop or idle speed.The map sensor this can also fail when warm especially if the vacuum it is suppose to get is not met. And a failing MAP causes a lack of power. A TPS failing causes a stumble and lack of power but no misfire.
Check the (automatic shutdown relay) in the power distribution center for power when the key is in the on position. It controls the power to the coil,fuel pump,injectors,oxygen sensor. To check the relay, remove it from the panel. check the location of #30 corresponding to location of pin on relay. using a test light check to see if you have power on panel. Should have voltage, then check #86 on panel with the key on. It should have power. If no power then check for a blown fuse. Connect an ohm meter to the relay on terminal 86 and 85 and check the resistance. there should be 75 ohms resistance. Then check for continuity between terminals 30 and 87. There should be no continuity. Using jumper wires connect battery voltage to terminal 86 and ground terminal 85 to verify that there is continuity between terminals 87 and 30. If there isn't, replace the relay. Hope this will help you.
i just had the same problem in my bmw 325i. Probably vaccum leak or exhaust leak. Check that nothing came loose in these areas. It takes time for your car to learn the new CPS (cam pos. sensor) so give it a few days and reset the code again and see if it works.
If u have a scan tool make sure the distributer is in sync. I sugest the u rent a DRB3 from chrysler at techauthurity.com. Adjust the the distributer and set the cam/crank sync close to 0 if the sync does not move the distributer and drive gear(camshaft) is damaged. It sound like a sync problem though let me know if this helps.