Question about Chrysler Sebring
Censor seems to be working each time we replaced it
I would replace all plugs first and see how it runs. If it has a miss, then I would start switching coil packs from another plug onto the #2 plug and see if the miss follows the coil pack. If so, then replace it. It the coil looks burnt at all, replace it immediately.
Posted on Dec 09, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: a 1996 ford taurus with no spark
Hello you say no spark again well in the past i have replaced coils on Fords same day the coil pack quit!.So perhaps return it as a faulty pack.Manufactures still makeing defective parts!.Also if you have service engine light on you should have a OBD 2 scan to retreve any electrical faults might be.
Posted on Dec 26, 2009
you can disconnect the battery for about 2 min and that should clear any codes that are stored in in it or take it to autozone or someplace that will erase the codes for you i hope this helps
Posted on Apr 11, 2010
SOURCE: I need to know the
Do you have a code for a misfire?
If a crank sensor goes bad the vehicle will typically not start at all.
If you have spark to all the cylinders than the next step is to either check compression or check the injectors. Usually the injectors will stick when this happens they will ohm out fine but will not spray fuel. To check them you will need either a high end scan tool or and injector tester and an fuel pressure gauge. The tester is connected to the injectors one at a time using the bulk connector near the alternator. The injector is then triggered by the tester as you watch for a drop in fuel pressure. Whichever injector does not drop fuel pressure when triggered is the bad injector.
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Posted on Nov 22, 2010
Service engine Light, doesn't always mean what it says. Often the sensor mounted in the exhaust system goes bad or gets clogged up by carbon over time. This sensor sends a signal to your on board computer to turn on the light and adjust your fuel/air ratio to follow suit. The cure for this is to replace the sensor. The sensor or sensors cost about 50 bucks and another hundred bucks for the mechanic to replace them.
Posted on Feb 09, 2011
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