Question about 2005 Chrysler Pacifica Touring
Hi I would disconect the battery to reset the computer first.
then check the timinng belts for wear, if all is good, move to next system masairflow idel control egr in that order. if that does not fix the problem throttle position sensor would be next and always look for vacuum leaks and bad wires.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sounds like the timing belt broke. Unfortunately this vehicle was not equiped with no contact valves so if that is the case you will need to have the engine and Head rebuilt. If the crank position sensor can't sense the position of the crank it should shutdown the electrical to keep you from damaging your engine.
Posted on Oct 09, 2009
SOURCE: 2002 pt cruiser Camshaft Sensor
change the crankshaft positon sensor in the rear of the engine above the oilfilter. Also check the wiring to this sensor, they have a problem shorting out. You have to change the camshaft and crankshaft sensors at the same time. Make sure you give your car a major tune up. Did you check yor starter?.........runjoe
Posted on Mar 04, 2009
there are no codes that say replace O2 sensors,or remove converter,Thats just somebody's guessing,When it says O2 sensor that tells the mechanic to look for trouble in that area,wiring or faulty readings,And there are four O2 sensors.
Posted on Jan 20, 2010
SOURCE: I am constantly getting the
No, it's not time to replace your PCM. It's time to properly diagnose and repair the problem. Most Oxygen sensor codes are not the fault of the oxygen sensor. codes P0132 and P0152 mean that both of your upstream O2 sensor circuits are shorted to voltage. It does not mean that the O2 sensors themselves are bad. The code P0300 is a random misfire code. This does not mean change the spark plugs. This means that several or all of the cylinders are misfiring. This could be due to spark plugs, but you will most likely get a single cylinder code (like P0301 or Po302 etc.) if the spark plugs are getting worn out. This random misfire code is most likely being caused by your shorted oxygen sensor circuits. If they are shoted to voltage they will cause your fuel to run extremely lean (vey little fuel) to the point that it is causing the cylinders to misfire. Code P0300 can have seveal different causes, including a fuel pump getting worn out, am manifold vacuum leak, an intemittent crank sensor signal, etc. When other codes are being set at the same time as a P0300, the other codes need to be diagnosed and repaired first.
Posted on Jan 11, 2011
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