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2001 Jeep Cherokee 4.7l codes p0505 p0123 p0352 p0113 p0354 p0355 p0356

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What are the probable causes of DTCs P0352 and P1684?


P0352 Ignition Coil Primary Secondary Circuit Malfunction Is your vehicle misfiring ? What make , model an year vehicle ? Just had a ford fusion with this problem on three cylinders . p0353 , p0355 an p0356 . He never had the spark plugs changed , the plug gap was way more then it should have been , caused the driver for one cylinder to short out inside the engine computer . $ 800.00 from ford. The coil is bad or the circuit or the PCM -engine computer is bad .

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Codes p0203, p0123, and p0113 are showing for my 2001 jeep grand cherokee. The voltage from the tps plug was 1.5v


P0113 intake air temp voltage too high
P0123 Throttle position sensor voltage too high
P0203 is injector #3 control circuit
voltage is higher that 4.9 volts short to 5 volt supply circuit

erase the codes and drive vehicle to see if the codes come back if they do you have a hard code check the supply circuit for a short

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Trouble codes P0354 and P0356


P0354 = Ignition Coil "D" circuit
P0356 = Ignition Coil "F" circuit

Inspect spark plugs first.

Then, measure/test your HT leads to ensure they are within spec.

If the above proves ok, then suspect a bad coil pack.

Jan 31, 2013 | 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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Codes P0354 P0356


P0354 = Ignition Coil "D" circuit
P0356 = Ignition Coil "F" circuit

Inspect spark plugs first.

Then, measure/test your HT leads to ensure they are within spec.

If the above proves ok, then suspect a bad coil pack




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Jan 31, 2013 | 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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Po351 po352 po353 po354 po355 po356


Misfire P0351,P0352,P0353,P0354,P0355, P0356 Meaning secondary circuit A,B,C,D,E,F . You may need a PCM If your car has a NGC controller it may have melted the ignition coil mounted on the spark plug. For these to happen You have a defective coil driver circuit in the PCM . This is a multiple coil failure, Before we go there lets do the basic are the connector connected? How about the conection at the juction area all connected, then pcm failed. These are secondary what is the secondary the signal that allows the coil to collapse the magnetic field and gives spark.

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