What does code p2004 mean?
P2204-The PCM detects that the position feedback of the Manifold Flow Valve Position Sensor is not within range of the adapted value learned during in-plant initialization or after a non volatile memory reset (adaptive memory clear).
Usually means the air flow valves are stuck open or closed. You have to remove the intake and either free up the valves by cleaning them and lubing them, or replace the intake with a new one with new valve.
The codes are for Cam position sensor A and B slow response.
Ever changed the timing belt on that car? It may have jumped a tooth. Check your maintenance schedule for lifespan. I believe it is 65,000 mile interval on changing it.
Note - some engines will be badly damaged if a timing belt snaps or skips too far, as the pistons and valves occupy some of the same space at different times during the engine operating cycle.
The car may also have a faulty timing belt tensioner, which should also be replaced with the timing belt.
Another possible cause is a faulty sensor in the distributor.
Jul 21, 2014 |
Chrysler Sebring Cars & Trucks