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2000 chrysler 300m car will start when i unplug the camshaft posion sensor but will not start when its pluged in and will not rev past 2500,2700 rpm. i Have already replaced the camshaft position sensor, code p0340 keeps coming up.

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  • tonyls4 Apr 23, 2010

    is the rev limiter causing the whole our is that jus part of the problem.

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Replace the REV LIMITER instead to get it bad to normal

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