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Cylinder not firing

2000 chrysler intrepid 2.7 L not firing on one cylinder. cheked coil and plug, both good. noticed problem when remote start malfunctioned.

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  • earthchild3 Jan 19, 2009

    thx so much..i will give it a try

  • earthchild3 Jan 19, 2009

    ob scanner red po352, po300, po302, p1391. what do these codes mean. does it mean my moter is done

  • earthchild3 Jan 22, 2009

    thanks alot, now only one problem left.po 352 is the only code showing,all coils are giid, still no spark. If it's a computer problem which one is it.

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You are not suppose to put remote starters on these cars.

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Could be somthing to do with remote start but check
your coils to see if they are both good. Use multimeter.
ohm out the coils for arround 12 v and see if they are good. then proceed form there.

Posted on Jan 19, 2009

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    Rob Houg Jan 19, 2009

    How did you test the coil?

    Have you tried totally removing remote start out of picture?


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    Rob Houg Jan 21, 2009

    The 300 and 302 mean the following 300 I believe is random cylinder misfire. The 302 means cylinder 2. I would not rule out wires or boots being bad especially on cylinder 2.
    P0352 Ignition Coil B Primary/Secondary Circuit Malfunction

    P1391 Intermittent Loss of CMP or CKP. The CKP usually refers to crank position sensor. I would try the coil first especially if you can get a used one. If the plugs are old I would also change the plugs. Once again don't rule out wires.





  • Rob Houg
    Rob Houg Jan 21, 2009

    Check this for future OBD2 codes.

  • Rob Houg
    Rob Houg Jan 21, 2009

    1.) If plugs are old or original (replace)
    2.) Test coil OHM for 12v (get used coil to replace bad coil on Cylinder 2.
    3.) Check crank sensor (could be showing code because of bad coil or plug or wire)
    4.) CMP is Cam position Sensor (could be showing code because of bad Coil plug or wire.)
    5.) Most extreme issue. timing belt jumped teeth or is failing.


  • Rob Houg
    Rob Houg Jan 21, 2009

    One more thing

    don't rule out ignition switch test this if possible before checking timing belt unless timing belt is easy to get to.


  • Rob Houg
    Rob Houg Jan 23, 2009

    I am curious how you tested the coils. I do not believe it is your computer at this point. Possibly an ignition switch not sure but if you can test ignition switch that would be good place to start.

    Also make sure your wires ohm out the same you can actually test the boots and the wires.

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