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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Before the van completely warms
I think I would check or replace the "Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor". It gives engine temperature signal to the Engine Control Module. I did a search on internet to see if there is a quick test of the "Coolant Sensor" (http://www.asashop.org/autoinc/may98/techtotech.htm)or replace (Auto Zone SU326 $22.99). Good luck
Posted on Sep 01, 2008
catalytic converter is cloged
Posted on May 08, 2010
Testimonial: "I'm thinking you may be right....i probably need to loosen the exhaust pipe bteween the converter and engine to see if that makes a difference....if so then it's most likely the converter, would you agree?"
SOURCE: My 5th ave hesitates to
Lack of power/acceleration on a car of that age could be due to any of a number of things in the engine or transmission, but the most likely culprits are spark plugs, plug wires, fuel filter, and throttle body, Give it a good tuneup if it's due, or take it to either your mechanic of a parts shop, and have them run a scan. Most parts stores will run a scan for free, but it won't be as accurate as what a qualified mechanic/shop can do.
Posted on Aug 19, 2010
SOURCE: I have a 2004 Chrysler
What needs to be done at this point is a DTC (trouble code) from the PCM (engine computer). If the engine light comes on, the PCM stored a fault code and would be the first area to start with a diagnosis.Once this code is obtained, it will give an idea of where a diagnosis should begin. Autozone will hook a code reader to your vehicle and check it for Free. I'm guessing this could be a TPS issue, but to guess and replace parts without pin pointing the actual cause will cost a lot of time, not to mention money for parts that did not need replacing to start with.We need a code from the PCM.
Posted on Sep 02, 2010
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