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Starts to vibrate while driving, check engine

2007 chrysler pacifica starts to vibrate while driving, check engine light comes on, dies, smells of oil buring, will start after few attempts. No codes are found.

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The reason your check engine light comes on is that the system is letting you know there is a problem, and it SHOULD be stored so that a hook up to a OBD II reader will locate the code.
The only way you are going to get a burning oil smell is to have engine oil dripping on to a hot surface like an exhaust manifold or pipe.
Check for oil leaks at manifold, valve cover gaskets ect.
How long does it run again after it stalls ?

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