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Check engine light on 2007 Chrysler 300 P1005 will u show me pic of harness u said it goes to manifold

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Hello Frybird.

The codes you have are engine misfires.
Code 300 is random misfire (could be any cylinder).
Code 302 is cylinder #2 misfire and 303 cylinder 3 misfire.

Most common causes are ignition issues.
Spark plugs, ignition wires/boots and ignition coils.

Next would be fuel issues such as fuel injectors.
Next would be emission components such as EGR valves.
Then in a worst case condition would be engine wear parts (valves, camshafts etc.)

The place to begin is ignition as this is a common failure on most cars.

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I do not own one of these cars so I cannot provide a picture. The valve you want is at the opening of the intake manifold. Follow the intake tube from the air filter housing to the manifold. just after it connects behind the throttle assembly is the tuning valve.

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I have a 2007 dogde charger and my check engine light is on. I get codes P1005, P0158, P0157 and P0128. I am not sure what these mean or what to do about them can anyone help?


P1005 is model specific, Dodge is a problem with the manifold tuning valve.
Code 158 and 157 are for a problem with the O2 sensor for bank two after the catalytic converter.
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P1004 describes a problem with actual performance of the short runner valve (SRV), something used in your active air intake system to improve performance above 4500 RPM at or near wide open throttle. Its job is to change the path air takes within the tuned passages of the intake manifold, switching from a longer port runner length that's beneficial at lower engine speeds to one better for maximum horsepower at high RPMs. While there is likely a technical service bulletin that applies to your 3.5 engine that states this is a software issue, it hasn't been my experience in real life. The problem is almost certainly with actual performance of the SRV actuator, which is equipped with a potentiometer to track its actual travel... or performance... when actuated. The potentiometer is what goes bad on these units, something serviced only with a new SRV actuator. You won't likely notice any running problems with the engine other than perhaps the loss of a little high-RPM performance, but the MIL will keep coming on until the problem is addressed. The SRV is one of two servo actuators bolted to the plastic upper intake plenum and is the once closer to the center of the engine. It's easily removed and replaced using common hand tools (10mm socket and short extension) and costs in the neighborhood of about $350 I believe. It would be covered under the basic 3/36 warranty but not by the extended federal emission warranty unfortunately. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to write back.

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It is not serious, but it will effect gas mileage and performance. Click on the link below, it will give you info on the code and how to find the problem: Code 1005 PDF

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