Question about 2009 Dodge Caliber SRT-4
Hi there! I have a really bad problem in my Dodge Caliber SRT4. Car will not start any longer, began to shut down while driving. It took about 30-60 seconds, and then started up again. now there is no longer a source of running at all. headlights and turning signals was also problematic. where the problem could be? BCM (Body Control Module)? ECU? Anti-theft system? How to solve this problem? where is the car's BCM, or is it at all?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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u need a new key the Senty key Immobilizer module has not recognized a signal from the key during engine startup and means that the Skim anti-theft system has locked the engine down.
Posted on Jul 13, 2008
it could be that the theft system has something to do with it .it proably that the ignition system has a device in the module the locks the system up when the theft system has been activated you should have the dealer check the ignition system or the theft system check.
Posted on Feb 12, 2009
You may have to replace the fuel filter, the fuel pressure regulator or the fuel pump.
First I would check the fuel pressure and also check for leaks. If there are no leaks and the pressure is fine than your fuel injectors are probably clogged or you may have an ignition problem or even a compression problem.
If you don't have good pressure and there are no leaks I would first replace the fuel filter or the fuel pressure regulator. If problem still exists I would then check and replace the fuel pump.
If you need any help in any one of these procedures just post it and I will give you step by step instructions.
Posted on Apr 22, 2009
Been working on my dad's 97 Caravan longer then i can remember for things you mentioned and have been not able to get him to sell it.
I found that the electrical connections are prone to corrosion and have replaced lots of the wire and pin connection in the wire harness, thank god i have time on my hands.
The instrument panel where the wire harness connects, i found that the solder goes bad and i had to re solder the connector on the back side of the circuit board, where the harness goes so you need to remove the instrument panel from the dash,
Here is a link that can help you retrieve DTC codes and do research on your caravan. I'ld tell you everything what i needed to do to keep my dad's caravan running but that would be a novel. http://www.allpar.com/fix/stall.html
Good luck and keep me posted, glad to help you keep yours running too.
Posted on May 26, 2009
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