Question about Chrysler Sebring
On my 2000 sebring lxi. I replaced the front half of exhaust because of leaks around the flex pipe. Drove it about 50 miles then the ser eng soon light came on had it read and it was the multiple misfire code. So changed the plugs, wires, distributor, and rotor and the car is running good. But the light has come back on after about another 50 miles and I am getting the same code again. It is still running smooth and no noticeable misfires or hesitation when driving so what else should I do?
Hook it up to a code reader and cancel the previous code that came up.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Code 1351 is for the ignition control module.Ignition control circuit high.This module is on the same bracket as the coil.Before you buy a new one.Try a salvage yard and get a used one.
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
it might be an injecter that is bad. you need to ohm out each one and the onr that is much diffrent from others is the bad one.
Posted on May 25, 2010
SOURCE: Had replaced spark plugs, spark
Very often (and I am sorry to point out something so obvious after you did all that work) it is caused by using a gas grade other than what the manual calls for....
Most commonly, it is caused by using regular gas in an engine that calls for premium. High compression engines demand premium fuel and the antiknock sensors are very sensitive (they use quartz crystals that can detect the smallest change that you and I could never sense in a running engine) and I have seen this problem many times.... in my own car, my Daughters, and countless friends.... where the grade of gas made the difference even though everything seemed OK.
Your Grand Voyager probably calls for regular - same as my Wife's 1995. If you are using mid-grade or premium, you are wasting money for starters. Her Grand Voyager and my 2001 Jeep both call for regular gas and they DO NOT LIKE higher grade gas... the SES light will come on in about 20 miles on a tank of "good stuff"!
Once you get a full tank of the right grade gas (you may have to run it down a bit so you don't dilute it too much), reset the codes again and you will probably find that they do not come back!
Also- in the winter especially, the gas formulation is messed with to meet federal clean air laws. This varies allot from one brand to another so even if you are using the right grade gas, try a different brand.
Personally, I have a 2001 Jeep Cherokee and in the winter if I use Hess gas my SES light will come on within 20 miles of driving! The "no-name" gas I get at a local Quick Check puts the light back out after about 10 starts.
Finally, if it is not related to the brand or grade of gas..... make sure your fuel filler cap is tight. I know it sounds silly, but a loose cap WILL cause your SES light to come on! Something about back pressure on the return line...
Good luck! Please let me know if my advice didn't help and any other observations you find on your Voyager.
Posted on Feb 13, 2011
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