Question about 1997 Chrysler Concorde
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
YOU NEED TO DISCONNECT THE BATTERY FOR 5-10 MINUTES FOR FAULTS TO CLEAR COMPLETELY..HAVE SEEN THIS PROBLEM BEFORE AFTER REPLACING AN EGR VALVE..IT WAS A TECH TIP FROM CHRYSLER ENGINEERING..THE EGR VALVE WAS THE PROBLEM,BUT THE PCM WOULD NOT LET THE CODES GO EVEN AFTER CLEARING THEM WITH SCAN TOOL..ALSO CHECK CONNECTIONS AT EGR CONNECTOR FOR SPREAD PINS
Posted on Jul 26, 2009
The stalling is all related to why your Check Engine Light is on. Go to your local AutoZone and they can read your code with a OBD II scanner for free and let you know how to repair it. The Airbag light problem can also be solved at the same time.
Posted on Jul 04, 2010
SOURCE: I'm receiving an Error code
Some dealer you got there
PO441-EVAP System --Incorrect Purge Flow
They may have found an EGR Valve issue,
but they certainly blew off the EVAP Code
I would guess you have a bad EVAP Canister
Purge Valve or some other purge control
Posted on Feb 15, 2011
Testimonial: "Thanks for your reply Maybe it was cheaper to fix that and reset everything since my van was coming off of warranty "
Its either a faulty EGR valve or it has carbon build up inside.Take valve off and clean carbon out using a non-chrlonated brake cleaner and wire brush.
Posted on Apr 21, 2011
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Description of codes are:
P01600 - Serial cable malfunction-- check connection,
Po115-Coolant sensor-indicates a open or short-circuit in the engine coolant temperature sensor circuit.
The P0401 code is Insufficient Flow Exhaust Gas Recirculation System.
The code is set when the engien computer detects less than the requested amount of EGR flow when the engine is hot and is under load.
What usually sets the code is an inoperative EGR valve, or a carbon clogged port under the EGR valve.
On your engine, the EGR valve is vacuum operated, and there is a little computer-controlled EGR solenodi valve in the vacuum hose that detemines how much vacuum the EGR valve gets. If this solenoid is bad, or there is a vacuum leak in one of the hoses, the EGR valve won't open when it should setting the code.
Since the dealer already cleaned the EGR valve tube, I would suspect your problem is likely due to a bad EGR solenoid valve or a leaky vacuum hose to the EGR valve.
Here is the EGR solenoid valve part number and list price:
P/N 3946038750 $40.59
I would clear the codes first and run engine for two min and re-check codes.
Write to me of the findings and we will go from there.
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