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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you are replacing the air bags, you should replace the front left and right crash sensors, the spiral cable under the steering wheel, AND the center air bag sensor, which is in front of the console. If your car has seat-belt pretensioners and force limiters, you may have to replace them also. You will know this if the seat belts are "locked up". If you do not replace all of the parts, you may get a air-bag code, and the air bags may not deploy next time.
Posted on Feb 09, 2009
When the air bag light flashes it is actually doing what is called a "flash code" which can be read by your dealer.The P1000 code is only a standard check code in the Engine control module,The DTC (diagnostic trouble code) will be in the restraints system and the flash codes need to read too...It will flash when igntion is on...will flash then stop a second then flash again giving a 2 digit flash code,then diagnosing can begin
Posted on Dec 12, 2008
Code p1004 is "short runner valve performance"
There are 2 things Chrysler says in their bulletin :
1) RE-flash computer with a special "patch" from the
scan tool, and 2) Replace the intake plenum ( very expensive !)
This is the info I have, check back with a factory authorized Chrysler service center, and Please let me know what you find out.
Posted on Feb 06, 2010
P0128 is coolant operating temperature operating too low. This can be contributed to the Thermostat stuck open or faulty electronic radiator fan clutch. This is common, I had the same issue and replaced the thermostat and fan clutch and had the clutch re-programmed (required) at the dealer. As for the P0410, check the air pump fuse, if blown it will set this code on. Also check the air pump hoses for water and cracks. Hopefully this helps!!
Posted on Apr 20, 2010
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