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1995 Eagle Talon Will not start

Hi I have a 1995 Eagle Talon ESI non turbo. The car was running one day and the next it wouldn't start. I was able to get a trouble code of 12 ( Air Flow Sensor) and 55 (Idle Air Control Valve?Servo Valve Postion Seensor (IAC)) I recently had it in the deals for the Engine Light beeing on. They replaced the Ignition Coil, Plugs and wires. This time the engine light doesn't even come on, Turns over but will not start... My 1995 Eagle Talon 2.0 non turbo just did the same thing. It had been just dieing and would start right back up and run. had it hooked up to the test machine and no codes would show up, so they told me it was fuel related and to change my fuel filter, i did that and it seemed to work and then i was driveing about 35 mph and it cut out a little bit one time then started to run fine, then it just died and will not start again i tried to run the engine codes with the key switch and noticed that the engine check. light will not light up. I am starting to believe that all chrysler eagle talons are lemons. Any help would be helpful.

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  • ambunce30 Aug 28, 2008

    There is no power going to the fuel pump, i have replaced the fuel relay switch and checked all the fuses, and still no power at pump. I have noticed that when you turn the key to the start or run position and all your lights normally light up like the brakes,seat belt, check engine and so on that the check engine light does not light up now. any suggestion,

  • Anonymous Mar 14, 2014

    hi my eagle talon turbo wont start

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Its the problem of ignition switch.

Posted on Aug 20, 2008

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    Motor Mount Replacement/Repair






    Give Your Engine A New Life With A Motor Mount Replacement

    A Motor Mount acts as a security mechanism for the engines, minimizing the adverse effects of frequent vibrations and oscillations that arise when driving the vehicle. No matter how powerful the engine, there is a need for some internal mechanism inside the vehicle to provide strong support to the engine and to protect it from any damage. The Motor Mount serves as essential and rigid structural support systems for the engine, enabling the vehicle to get through the irregularities of the track and other road conditions smoothly and conveniently. It secures the engine and prevents it from serious damage. Moreover, it minimizes vibration and noise on the part of engine.

    Due to prolonged usage, Motor Mount will not be able to deliver its services properly. In order to avoid the risk of total breakdown of the engine, the working conditions of the motor mount needs to be checked regularly .Whenever the needs arises it should be replaced as it affects the overall performance and efficiency of the vehicle. Failure of the engine mount can seriously damage the engine .Auto-part replacements ensures the longevity of the engine and it enables you to fully utilize the benefits of smooth drive.

    Points of consideration for replacing and repairing


    • Cracking of distributor caps needs to be avoided
    • Radiator hoses should not be torn.
    • Before opening the engine, firewall must be checked for clearance.
    • Engine should not be jacked directly by the oil-pan, as the pan may bend.



    Replacement Procedure

    • First of all, remove the hood and all the parts required for access to engine.
    • Remove the engine mount through the bolts.
    • Secondly loose the mount to frame bolts.
    • Raise the engine slowly towards upward direction to remove the engine mount brackets and then, ultimately remove the motor mount and the engine mount fasteners; the shims locations needs to be noted down.
    • Heat shields or Drip shields must be transferred to the new mount after comparing it with old mount.
    • Progressively old Mount is replaced with the new one.



    Re-intallation of Engine Mount

    • Engine Mount brackets, fasteners and shims must be installed in their original locations.
    • Mount-to frame bolts should be placed in their appropriate locations.
    • Reinstall engine, mount through bolts loosely and allow the vehicle to run two or three times so that engine mount can adjust at their accurate operating locations.
    • Finally, the engine is placed in its accurate place by pushing it inside and all the bolts are tightened.
    • Make sure that engine is properly aligned.
    • Reinstall all the removed parts.
    • Reinstall and align the hood at correct place.



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Check to see if this model has an emergency fuel kill on it. If so, this may be engaged and keeping the fuel pump from getting power.

Posted on Aug 28, 2008

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    Ryan Rogers Aug 28, 2008

    Also, on the check engine light, take a look and make sure it's still there. I've seen dealers pull the light out, because they can't get it to go off, then charge and tell you it's good to go.

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I had the same car act the same way for one of my customers and we unplugged the air flow sensor and tried to start the car . and it ran (not perfect but it ran) so we replaced the air flow sensor and cured this car. not 100% sure it will work for you . but it doesnt cost anything to unplug a sensor.
good luck

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Check all of the battery terminals and cables and check the wires on the starter/selonoid, start from the battery and follow the cable out and check all conections , clean and tighten them and if it still does it the starter/selonoid is bad and needs replacement...

Hope that helps..........

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Check all of the battery terminals and cables and check the wires on the starter/selonoid, start from the battery and follow the cable out and check all conections , clean and tighten them and if it still does it the starter/selonoid is bad and needs replacement...

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You are part correct on the lemon part. First thing is do you have factory service manual? That will give you all the values you can test through the sensors and the computer. They can be picked up on ebay for fairly cheap. I can assist you in locating one or any other question you have. Did you chance the IAC and the Air flow sensor after you got those codes?
Thanks,
Lee

Posted on Aug 20, 2008

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    Lee A. Aug 28, 2008

    Also you may want to make sure your ECU is good. I see a lot of good information. If you have a moment I hope you will reconsider and accept and rate a solution appropriately.
    Thanks,
    Lee


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