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Does your car have an anti-theft device which reads a transponder in the key? If so, the problem is with
this system.the immobilizer problems are typically with the lock cylinder sensor. p1801 immobilizer transponder error. good-day!
A/T Pulse Generator 'B' Sensor Circuit Malfunction
Pulse generator 'B' (+) or (-) circuit is open or shorted to ground .
Pulse generator 'B' is damaged or has failed.TCM has failed .
TSB 01-40-006-1 (12/01) contains information about this code.
Trouble Code: P01529
Customer Snapshot Request Error
Transmission control module error.Check for trouble codes in the transmission control module.TSB 1-40-005 (3/01) contains information about this code. I have info. on these 2 codes,will search more for the others.
You don't say which "300" you have (300, 300 AWD, 300C, or 300C AWD) and there a 4 different engine choices between these models. All four engines share one common trait....they have individual coils on each plug.
Since I'm not sure of your specific vehicle, I'll go out on a limb here.
The 305 code mention cylinder 5, and the 2314 code mention coil E.
E is the fifth letter of the alphabet, so I'm guessing that the fifth cylinder coil is the culprit.
Of the 4 different engines, 2 are six cylinder and 2 are eight cylinder. The 2 six cylinder engines utilize the same plug coil and the same holds true for the 2 eight cylinder engines. In any event, a coil will probably cost in the neighborhood of $50 at you local parts store.
P1801:------- Immobilizer Transponder Error.
P1805/P1806:----- EEPROM Error/VIN Mismatch.
In most cases the error 1801 and 1805 comes up together.But error 1806 is very rare.But 1806 and 1805 both are error related to same problem.
P1801 and P1805/06 are immobilizer errors. Does your car have an anti-theft device which reads a transponder in the key? If so, the problem is with this system. The immobilizer problems are typically with thelock cylinder sensor.---------------Keep updated with further queries if required.Thanks.