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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2005 PT Cruiser 2.4
I think it sounds like your CAM sensor has fallen off or is faulty.
The computer controls the ignition timing and the injectors to squirt fuel in to the pistons at the right time. If the computer doesn't sense the cam angle correctly as you accellerate it can't put fuel into the pistons to match the opening and closing of the valves.
If you have a manual you can strip down the top of the engine to see the timing gears on the end of the Cam shaft and see if you can see the cam sensor and if there is anything obviously wrong (i.e. its missing) but you may be as well getting to the dealer to have it checked out and fixed. So the good Fuel pressure will not really effect the engine falling on its face as its a computer timing issue caused by bad sensor information that's causing the bad running.
Posted on Jul 31, 2008
SOURCE: 1992 Chrysler LeBaron 3.0 L.
the owner probably rerouted the fuel line because like my 92 chrysler lebaron v6 3.0 the fuel lines keep seeming to come off and the clamps always break. I have replaced the clamps 5 times in a month and replaced filters 2 times in 2 months. The only thing i could think of is that your fuel is being cut off possibly because there is no filter to clean all the junk out. Try putting a fuel filter on and see if that will work
Posted on Feb 09, 2009
you could have a bad crank sensor , I believe its located on the belhousing of the transmission. If you have alocal garage with a scanner that gives live data they possibly could record the signal while driving and record it.Good luck
Posted on Aug 27, 2009
Testimonial: "thank you very much the one sensor i had not thought of yet"
your car problem is overheating, some car model like yours is designed to shut-down engine when engine temp. rise so as to avoid frying the engine. your engine overheating problem is attributed by one of these factors:
1. check or refill radiator water if less
2.check radiator cooling fan operation-if damaged pls. change or check the electrical system.
3. damage/ worn water pump-if damage pls. change the water pump.
4. check for any coolant leak somewhere the coolant line-pls. rectify the leak.
5.worn coolant reservoir cap- change if damaged.
6. clogged radiator-if clogged pls. change it.
7. damaged thermostat valve.
Posted on May 06, 2010
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