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After map relacement code 13 comes up after map change out immediatly when engine started
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 98 dakota engine dies
timing chains either go out or not go out, there is no such thing as an intermittent problem with a timing chain, what about the ignition module? it is sensitive to heat, and like the crank and cam sensors can cause your kind of problem. U did not mention fuel pressure either, electric fuel pumps can stop from heat when they get near the end of there service life (100,000), this is even more common if the fuel tank is run below 1/4 tank allot, this overheats the pump in the tank because it is not covered in gas, that is how it is cooled.
Posted on Dec 27, 2008
If you don't find that vacuum leak,( which is a common cause too) look with a scan tool at the reading on reported intake air temperature sensor. It should be within 10 Deg of your ambient temperature.
An air temperature sensor fault can cause flooding/starving of the engine. Some of the ones I've seen will report temperatures over 50F higher than the normal air temperature and fluctuate rapidly. Such a jump really affects how the computer calculates the mixture.
hope that helps some...
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
P0161 02 Sensor Heater Circuit Malfunction (Bank 2 Sensor 2)
check the wiring to the bank 2 sensor, that is the one behind the catalytic converter on the opposite side from the bank where #1 cylinder is located, see firing order diagram below.
Posted on Apr 30, 2009
The first two were not listed in the file that I have, the third has to do with evaporative emission control has a small leak. The first two seem to be other codes having to do with the same area. Check the hoses and fittings at the fuel tank area for leaking or damage for the vent system. Check the fuel entry to tank hose and fittings. Locate (underneath the body) and check the charcoal canister for cracked case, loose or damaged fittings. Clear the light with the scanner and see if other codes show up. Are there any obvious problems other than fuel vapor leaks?
Posted on Aug 22, 2009
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