Question about 2004 Chrysler PT Cruiser
I have engine light on and car hick ups while car was idling so I took to aamco to get free diagnostic. The determination was that I need to pay $158 for a 2 hours diagnostic. The engine code PO138 was not conclusivel enough to determine the real problem that needs to be fixed. I was told I need to do this $158 diagnostic just to get an estimate of the work to be done. The other comment was that the 1-2 O2censor voltage high.
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Have you had the electronic engine control system scanned/tested for fault codes? it will need to be scanned to obtain the fault codes, this is key to finding out what the problem may be that is causing the stall. The fault code test can be done free of charge by any Autozone auto parts store, Aamco transmission or Kragen/Oriley auto parts store. Ask for a "OBD2" (on board diagnostics generation 2) fault code test. You will also need what is called an active test run of the OBD2 system, this picks up problems with the automatic idle speed system control. You will need the dealer or a good shop to run that test, it is called a KOER (key on engine runing) test, the free test is a KOEO (key on engine off) test.
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