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The trouble code p1193 keeps popping up so we change the sensor. We got the alternator check and it fine. We check all the wires and they check out. Now the check engine is coming on and the the battery is now blink when we drivin were out of things that could be wrong.

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SOURCE: Trouble Codes P1684, P0743 and P1193

I looked up the codes.
p1193 is the intake air temperature sensor, which is usually located somewhere in the big black tube that runs from the air filter assembly to the throttle body, replace it.
p1684 all this one is that the battery has been disconnected within the last 50 starts.
p0743 is the transmission torque converter clutch switch, open or short in the circuit, check and see if the wires aren't broken anywhere, and that it didn't come unplugged.Have to crawl under car for that one. Hope this helps.

Posted on Mar 16, 2009

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I would say that your o2 sensors are faulty either the pre or the post . They must be intermitten so I would replace both

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SOURCE: 1997 Dodge Ram 1500 5.9 gas v8 engine. Lost Fire,

you have pcm problems or ASD relay problems.they both control the fuel and ignition.

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SOURCE: 2001 dodge ram keeps over charging battery

you need to have the pcm checked...it acts as the voltage regulator

Posted on Mar 17, 2009

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SOURCE: '99 dodge grand caravan, 3.3ltr, battery light

you should have 14.5 +/- with the AC on you might have a week regulator or week brushes in the Altenator . but not enough at this time to cause a no start . but do have the alt tested (Load tested) at a parts store .

Posted on Aug 28, 2009

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I have a dodge caravan, started up fine, ran 5 seconds then dies. Go to restart, no crank. Came back a few hours later. Started up just fine, 5 seconds later dies. No crank again. Code P1193 is the only...


Diagnostic Test Code (DTC) P1193 is a manufacturer specific code (not listed in SAE J2012 as a standard generic fault code). Dodge lists the code definition as "Inlet AIr Temperature (IAT) Sensor Voltage High"
This code can have an affect on how your engine runs because the engine controller uses input from this sensor to adjust fuel and timing controls.

However, the symptoms you are describing do not sound like something that an IAT sensor would cause. It sounds more like your immobilizer is shutting things down (security system "thinks" somebody is trying to steal the vehicle)

I would recommend scanning your Body Control Module (BCM) and checking for active codes for your security/imobilizer system. It would probably also be wise to scan the REST of your computer network (ABS, IPC, etc.) to check for any fault codes there or network communications faults.

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I looked up the codes.
p1193 is the intake air temperature sensor, which is usually located somewhere in the big black tube that runs from the air filter assembly to the throttle body, replace it.
p1684 all this one is that the battery has been disconnected within the last 50 starts.
p0743 is the transmission torque converter clutch switch, open or short in the circuit, check and see if the wires aren't broken anywhere, and that it didn't come unplugged.Have to crawl under car for that one. Hope this helps.

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