Question about 2004 Chrysler 300M
My Chrysler jerks at 2500 rpm. The engine light is on as usual, with the same codes for cam and crank. The cam/crank/wiring have all been replaced probably 2 times each. For over a year and a half I've been trying to have them investigate the problem. Light still comes on, car jerks, and sometimes gives me problems starting. Unfortunately, this doesn't happen usually when I take it in for the guys to check it out. Any clues what the problem might be?
First I guess the mechanic doesnot know what he is doing .for you to have these problems over and over. as in the jerking at 2,500 rpm does it run fine after ,or does it not run. it matbe a idle control mudule,but i need more on it please thank you ted
Posted on Oct 31, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You obviously have connection somewhere in your OBDII system that has a intermittent open, short, or short to ground. OBDII is the system that monitor's all emission's "sensors" throughout the car. This is caused by the above wiring snafu or a sensor itself is trying to go out....Think back to previous repairs that have been performed on the car. does anything coinside with your problem? If so, go back to that area and inspect the wiring and such. Say, an intake gasket was changed out,...I would inspect everything around such repair...1. Throttle position sensor, map sensor, Idle control solinoid, intake air sensor, cam sensor, Etc,etc. You see, these sensors are all located on or around your throttle body, which of course is located on your intake. You follow where Im going with this??? the cam sensor is not on your intake, but the wiring harness which houses the wiring for these sensors could very well contain the cam sensor wire as well as others.... Check it out and get back with us......
Posted on May 02, 2009
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Posted on May 12, 2009
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