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Replaced ignition coil on 2005 town and country. It keeps shorting out on the #4. What could be causing this? Someone suggested ECM. What can you tell me about this

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You need to have a repair shop with the proper
test equipment & knowledge, find a problem,anything

You listen to no one

Someone suggesting an ECM most likely never worked
on any vehicle in their life

Your doctor doesn't ask questions or guess,they do testing
to find problems,the same with any vehicle

You can not make a statement about something shorting out
Most folks don't even know what that means

When you come here, have OBD Codes & test results, to
support your statements,& details of the initial problem &
how it was diagnosed, in detail

OBD Codes have nothing to do with the need to install parts

No parts go in, until a parts fails a test & is related to the problem

Posted on Nov 06, 2014

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SOURCE: low speed fan relay for the 2005 chrysler town and country

If you are talking about the cooling fan relay for the radiator there is no low speed and high speed relay. There is only one relay and it is behind the grill revitted to the bumper rail. It is doesnt look like you typical relay.

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SOURCE: 2005 town & country reading light

I have the same vehicle. when the sun comes up I will go out and look my self and get back. It should let me post a follow up.

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SOURCE: 1996 Chrysler Town & Country won't start

If you have fire, then it's probably a fuel problem. Turn the key to the on position, you should hear a 'whirring' sound from the gas tank, which is the fuel pump. This sound will only last a few seconds , but should indicate that the fuel pump is working. If no sound, check the fuel pump fuse, fuel pump relay, and the fuel pump itself . Good luck.

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SOURCE: have no spark, have replaced crank angle sensor,

what about the distributor cap?? do you have a spark from the centre lead that comes from the coil??These vehicles also have a factory immobilisor ------ do you have power to one side of the coil??i have a 94 sovereign 4lt as well and a workshop manual somewhere ?? looks like i will have to dig it out

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SOURCE: 2005 Town & Country Van dead battery after short trips

Possible dead cell in battery, most likely a fault in the charging system. First, Jump Vehicle to get started then remove the Negative cable. If the vehicle dies when you take the jumper cables away or when you disconnect the negative cable your alternator or charging system is faulty. If the vehicle runs without battery connected you have a bad cell in your battery, replace the battery.

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Sounds like it shorted out. Never worked on a mini-van. I try to avoid them. Does the coil pack plug into a tray, like on a late 90's cadillac? If so that tray needs to be cleaned or replaced. Make sure the terminals in that tray are not shorted across, meaning the power hole isn't touching the ground hole, with anything conductive.

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How do I find the #4 fuel injector on 2005 town and country?


What size Engine?
The Number 4 fuel injector goes to Cylinder #4.
On 3.3L and 3.8L it should be the Front Middle Cylinder.
If you are not sure where Cylinder #4 is. Look on your Electronic Ingition Coil = Distributor. It has small numbers on them #1 thru #6. The numbers are small and black, but they are there. Follow that #4 wire to Cylinder #4. Fuel Injector #4 should be right over the top of that Cylinder. Usually the Cylinders themselves have numbers on them on the engine block, but it is easier for use to use the Ignition Coil as a reference.
Cylinders Numbers should be:
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2 - 4 - 6 Front
Ignition Coil should be:
6 - 3 Rear
4 - 1 Middle
2 - 5
Let me know if that helped, or if you have any additional information, problems or questions. Feel free to contact me at FixYa.com!

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