Question about 2005 Dodge Magnum
Well driving the car the battery light,esp light and lightning bolt light all popped on at once,the car started to lose power
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Take throttle body off, clean Throttle Body with Carburator cleaner. I had same problem and its the ethynol in fuel that creates a build up in the throttle body which creates this problem. I did what a friend of mine said to do (service manager at Dodge Dealership) it hasnt happened again.
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
you need to see what the eng lite for if there is a trans codes usually the pcm wont let the speed go over 40 stays in safe mode untill you fix the problem or change the sensor,for the esp you need to chage the esp sensor and recalibrate by the dealer
Posted on Jul 21, 2009
C1041 code is-Left Front Tone Wheel Performance
the speed sensor was slower then the other front one to react to something,or the left wheel spun and not the right front one,
or there is a problem in the sensor or wiring
Posted on Nov 22, 2009
the esp stands for electronic stability program,you will need to have the computer scanned for codes, these codes will help in the repair,you may have a bad speed sensor or the check engine light may have shut down the esp,when the engine detects a problem it shuts down the esp because it feels that the esp cant operate correctly when the engine is not running correctly,so the first thing is to scan for the codes, hope this helps, good luck,
Posted on May 10, 2010
It sounds to me like you need to find a mechanic that knows what he is doing. The "Red lighning bolt" Is the electroninc throttle control (ETC) warning lamp. Your mechanic is probably not getting any codes because he is probably using a cheap generic OBD code reader that can only access continuous memory fault codes. Most of these code readers cannot access current codes, manufacturer specific codes, or read the data stream from the computer.
You should also access the OBD readiness monitors to see if any of them are showing "Not Complete". This can be a very good indication that the PCM is losing battery power intermittently. There are several things that can be tested and verified without any codes.
With all that said, you should also be aware that 2005 Dodge Magnums that fit certain VIN criteria, equipped with 2.7L engines are subject to a service campaign (voluntary manufacturer recall) for problems with the electronic throttle control systems. If you do not know if this recall has been completed already on your vehicle, I would recommend that you contact your local dealer and have them run your VIN to see if this bulletin applies to your vehicle, and if so, has the recall been completed. You might just get the thing fixed for FREE!
The Service Campaign Bulletin number is D29, Dated July 2004
Related Reference Number: RC-D29-04
Otherwise, the only other suggestion I have for you is to take it to a different mechanic. It only took me about 5 minutes to come up with the information I have posted here. Any auto tech worth his salt could have given you the same information in about as much time as this has taken me....
Posted on Apr 09, 2012
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