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Po335 on a 2006 Chrysler 300c I replaced the cps and cleared the codes but it didnt fix it... No throttle response either, and oil pressure shows 2 psi...

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Richard Delahant

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SOURCE: 4.7 liter oil pressure gauge malfunctioning.

Check or replace the oil pressure sending unit.

Posted on Feb 25, 2009

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SOURCE: oil pressure guage occassionly drops to 0 psi and warning light g

Get it checked with a mechanical gauge. Replace sensor.

Posted on Sep 28, 2009

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SOURCE: my chrysler 300c will not shift from park

With out being able to see it sounds like you have a misadjusted or broken park lock cable. there is a cable that locks shifter in park unless Brake pedal is depressed. So if you are pressing the brake and can not shift into a gear. that would be the first place I would check

Posted on Oct 15, 2009

John Donahue

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SOURCE: My 07 Chrysler 300c Oil light comes on,

The warrenty should cover this problem. The oil pressure is a very important part of the powertrain.
As for the engine cutoff, this may be caused by the
powertrain control module shutting down the engine
due to little or no oil pressure to prevent serious
damage. This could be as simple as a bad oil pressure sending unit. But it could also be the oil
pump. In any case I would talk to the crysler dealer
to avoid voiding the warrenty. Hope this helps.
Good luck.

Posted on Feb 04, 2010

Salvador Quintanilla

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SOURCE: oil pressure gauge is reading 80 psi. I had the

The oil sending unit is located on the engine block behind the drivers cylinder head area.You have to climb up on the motor to see it cause it is hard to see behind the wiring harness.You may also want to purchase a new sending unit because it is very long and you might need to buy the sending unit socket to replace it.Hope this helps.Good luck.

Posted on Jul 20, 2010

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Code p0250 chrysler 300c hemi 5.7l v8 says it is oil pressure CIRCUIT MALFUNCTION. Now is that just the sensor or wiring


Anything from the sensor or sending unit , the wiring and connections to the pressure gauge .

Oct 23, 2018 | Chrysler Cars & Trucks

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I have a trouble code P3425 with the check engine light on in my 2006 Chrysler 300C with the 5.7 engine.


P3425 code definition

When the powertrain control module (PCM) detects that the measured values it's getting from the mass air flow (MAF) sensor, the manifold absolute pressure (MAP) sensor, and/or the throttle position (TP) sensor are out of range or somehow irregular when compared with the proper values for the cylinder 4 deactivation mode, it will store the P3425 code.

What the P3425 code means

When driving under normal conditions without a heavy load, the PCM for an eight-cylinder vehicle will improve the vehicle's fuel efficiency by deactivating four of its cylinders, including cylinder 4 on the right engine bank, essentially allowing it to perform as a four-cylinder vehicle.
Through the use of specially designed valve lifters, the intake and exhaust valves of the deactivated cylinders will be prevented from opening. When a P3425 code is set, it indicates that the PCM is not receiving the proper values from the MAP, MAF, and TP sensors to enter four-cylinder mode and deactivate cylinder 4.

What causes the P3425 code?

The P3425 code may be saved due to a number of causes, including:
  • Some restriction preventing the passage of oil.
  • Oil pressure that's below normal levels.
  • A faulty or damaged cylinder deactivation solenoid.
  • A problem with the mechanical condition of the engine.
  • Poor electrical connection to the cylinder deactivation solenoid's circuit.
  • An open or shorted cylinder deactivation solenoid harness.

What are the symptoms of the P3425 code?

In most cases, the only symptom of a P3425 code (or any code involving the deactivation of a cylinder) will be the illumination of the Check Engine Light. In some instances, though, you may notice that the engine vibrates more than usual when attempting to go into four-cylinder mode.

How does a mechanic diagnose the P3425 code?

The first thing involved with diagnosing a P3425 code is using an OBD-II scanner to read the code from the PCM. After reading the code and ensuring that no other codes have been stored, the mechanic will inspect the vehicle. If any other deactivation codes or other related codes have been stored, these should be resolved before moving on. After these are addressed, the mechanic will ensure that the oil pressure is correct and that the engine has the proper amount of oil.
Then the mechanic will clear all existing codes and test-drive the vehicle to ensure that they have been properly addressed. If the P3425 code is stored again, they will continue taking diagnostic steps to find the problem that's causing the code to store and resolve it.

Common mistakes when diagnosing the P3425 code

If the engine's oil passageways are restricted in any way, it can cause the P3425 code to be stored, and the solution will be simply to clean out the passageways and ensure that there is proper oil pressure in the engine. If this is the case, replacing or repairing other parts will not help resolve the problem or clear the code.

How serious is the P3425 code?

While this problem may not be life-threatening to your engine, it can wreak havoc on your fuel economy, as your vehicle will not be able to effectively transition into four-cylinder mode when operating under light conditions. If left unresolved for long enough, it may also have lasting negative effects on your engine, as well.

What repairs can fix the P3425 code?

Some of the most common fixes for a P3425 code include:

Additional comments for consideration regarding the P3425 code

Not only can it keep your vehicle from passing an OBD-II emissions test, but leaving a P3425 code and neglecting to resolve its underlying cause can create lasting damage for your vehicle.

Jan 17, 2018 | Chrysler Cars & Trucks

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Where s the crank sensor on a 2006 Chrysler 300c hemi?


hi Ed.
this is all i could find.
The crankshaft position sensor is located at the right rear side of the engine cylinder block above the oil pan rail. It is positioned and bolted into a machine hole in the engine block.

or if you go to this link it will show you where on a youtube video.
Where is the crank sensor on 2006 Chrysler 300c hemi Google Search

Nov 22, 2017 | Chrysler Cars & Trucks

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A diagnostic check on my 2007 chrysler 300c crd revealed that the manifold pressure sensor was possibly preventing the car from starting but i dont know where in the engine this sensor is located.


Could be just a bad connection. could be Intake manifold. You need a service manual
try this http://www.manualslib.com/
I'd also google your problem, Odds, are someone else has had this problem and has a fix for it. Be sure to use the error code. in your search.

Mar 08, 2015 | 2007 Chrysler 300C

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Throttle body posistion


It should be right where the 2 cables that control the cruise control and gas when you push the accelerator. It has the butterfly looking round piece in it that opens and closes with your hand at those 2 cables under the hood.

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What does tthe trouble code p013a on a 2007 Chrysler 300C mean


P013a-o2 Sensor 1/2 Slow Response - Rich To Lean

Jul 14, 2012 | 2007 Chrysler 300C

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Good afternoon, I need to know where the engine oil pressure sensor/switch A circuit is located on a 2005 Chrysler 300C please. Manufacturer code is P1521...part code is P0520


You will have to remove the alternator to get to it I'm pretty sure. There should be 3 bolts holding the alternator in place. There is 1 you can see up top, and 2 under the alternator, all 15MM size.

But once those are broke lose and off, just swing the alternator out of the way(with belt off of course) and use a 1 1/16" Socket for the Oil Pressure Sending Unit.

After that, it is easy, it all goes on like it came off

May 17, 2011 | 2005 Chrysler 300

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My 07 Chrysler 300c Oil light comes on,


The warrenty should cover this problem. The oil pressure is a very important part of the powertrain.
As for the engine cutoff, this may be caused by the
powertrain control module shutting down the engine
due to little or no oil pressure to prevent serious
damage. This could be as simple as a bad oil pressure sending unit. But it could also be the oil
pump. In any case I would talk to the crysler dealer
to avoid voiding the warrenty. Hope this helps.
Good luck.

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