Question about 2001 Dodge Caravan
It had a code of 1297 and replaced map sensor but still same prob... No code at all but still real rough. Reset battery to reset comp also. Someone said it had a bad head but the compress from each cylinder is 140 psi w/ no variation. New plugs and wires and pvc valve. If its the head it would not give me equal pressure would it? Oxygen sensor. On Social Security and $ real tight so i don't want to spend on to much diagnosis and sensors when i don't have it. Kind of stuck here. Please help with any guidance. Thank you. Kevin
Hate to say it but my buddy just had same or very similar problem. His was a bad valve spring. Part is like 10 bucks but if your not a mechanic it can cost anywhere from 150 to 300. He tried the Map sensor, tps, plugs wires, egr and o2 sensors. But my other friend says to remove both battery cables and touch them together for 5 mins and this may reset your computer. try that first. He has a 01 caravan
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Is it Code P1035 or P0135?
It is the Upstream Sensor. 100 Codes ending in 30 thru 35 are dealing with the Upstream Sensor. 100 Codes ending in 36 thru 41 are dealing with the Downstream Sensor.
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Posted on Mar 27, 2010
I HAD THE SAME PROBLEM WITH MY 2002 DODGE NEON. THE FIX WAS TO REPLACE THE POWER STEERING PRESSURE SENSOR SWITCH. IF YOU DO IT YOURSELF IT WILL PROBABLY COST ABOUT $50 OR $60 INCLUDING THE HAYNES MANUAL TELLING YOU HOW TO DO IT. I BELIEVE THE SWITCH COST ME ABOUT $30 OR $35 FROM A DODGE DEALER. IT IS PRETTY SIMPLE. TAKE OFF THE ELECTRICAL CONNECTION GOING TO THE SWITCH AND THEN TAKE OUT THE SWITCH ITSELF WITH A PROPER SIZED WRENCH. THE SWITCH IS THREADED INTO A CONNECTION ATTACHED TO METAL HOSES THAT HAVE POWER STEERING FLUID IN THEM. HAVE THE NEW SWITCH READY TO PUT IN AFTER THE OLD ONE COMES OUT,FOR POWER STEERING FLUID WILL FLOW OUT OF THE CONNECTION. PUT THREAD TAPE ON THE THREADS OF THE NEW CONNECTION. THIS WIIL HELP TO SEAL THE SWITSH FROM LEAKS. TORQUE TO SPECS AND REINSTALL THE ELECTRICAL CONNECTION. CLEAR THE CODE AND SEE IF IT COMES BACK. MINE DID NOT. OH YES, IT MIGHT BE A GOOD IDEA TO HAVE SOME POWER STEERING FLUID TO TOP OFF ANY THAT LEAKS OUT DURING THIS PROCESS.
Posted on Dec 07, 2010
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