Question about Dodge Caliber
Sounds like your crank sensor or cam sensor is malfunctioning. Their positions are not correlating which means they are not in perfect alignment according to the computer. I don't think the parts are very expensive and probably not that hard to replace. I replaced both on my 99 Ford Explorer, and I don't recall it that difficult. Anyway, hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 17, 2011
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