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Feb 22, 2011 - ... do something with a misfire in the #5 cylinder of my V6 4.0L engine. ... ODB Code P0305- Misfire in #5 Cylinder on 2008 Dodge Grand Caravan .... My2005 dodge grand caravan jerks when it shifts into gear what could it be.
When "check engine" litgh tun on, the PCM (computer) is warning that some fault code is stored there. Autozone could scanned your PCM and show exactly what fault codes is there; if your O2 sensors was replaced, I assuming that they can see this codes... so, they reset and delete all codes stored there? Scanned the PCM after this change?
What signal is this? is this for a check engine light code?Okay i know what you mean, it a p0073 code, this is the ambeint temp sensor,this is the sensor that tells you the outside temp on your display, the sensor may be bad ,misssing or bad wire going to sensor,was this van in a crash, lots of times the sensor gets damaged from an accident,
The check engine light may come on for several reasons.
It is not necessary to worry as it may be as simple as putting the gas cap on without fully clicking it shut!. If this is the case it will go away by itself in about a week at most! You can take your car to an auto parts store to have them run a diagnostic (Some will do this for free). If your car is running fine, re-tighten the gas cap, give it a week or have it diagnosed if you still feel uncomfortable with it.
The check engine light on means there is a code stored in the ECM. You will have to have the OBD II system scanned and cleared. The other problem is probably just a blown fuse. If you need more help get back to me.