How to codes p0032 an p0403 on a 2005 pacifica
There is a very common problem with early Pacificas and several other year models of other Chrysler cars and vans that causes the codes P0032 and P0403 to set and its not due to a failing HO2S sensor or a bad EGR solenoid. It is in most cases caused by a bad ground to the Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) solenoid. The ground you need to check, at least on the Pacificas, is the G100 ground located on the left frame rail below the battery. Make sure its clean and tight with no signs of corrosion. They are known to break and come loose.
on Aug 01, 2020
How do I fix my tilt steering wheel that is stuck in the down position.
Follow these steps:
1. Disconnect the battery by removing the negative wire-you don't want the airbag to get activated while you are working
2. Remove everything around the steering and ignition area. You would have to remove two screws under the column area
3. You will notice that some gears are on top of the column and the tilt release teeth. When you lift up these gears or teeth, the steering can be moved
4. Ensure that the linkage is maintained between the top gear and the lever-simply pull the lever and see if it is raising the top gear
5. If you feel it is stuck, spray on some WD40 to drive away any present rust or debris. Also, move the steering up and down, and alongside move the lever which is present behind the indicator lever
6. If still it is not solved, use a Philips-head screwdriver to raise the geards manually, and position them in the right place
on Jun 28, 2020
Ran out of gas, now wont start
if it was out of gas completely, after filling with at least 5 gal, turn key on, without starting. You will hear pump come on. After pump stops, turn key off. Repeat this procedure three times an the engine should start after the third time.
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on Jun 22, 2020
Looking to lube front end and chassis on a 1999 Chrysler cirrus.where are zerks fittings other than the upper tie rod bushings? What else can I do to stop squeeking in the front end?
Most vehicles have long been manufactured without grease points using either rubber bushes and lubricated for life joints and far from older vehicles having around 30 grease points, those that retained a few grease points confined them to the propeller shaft and the front ball joints.
Sometimes in an effort to prevent over-greasing, the manufacturer would fit a blanking plug that would need to be removed annually and temporarily replaced by a suitable grease point and given just one stroke of a manual greasegun.
Many things can squeak and a strong assistant bouncing the vehicle while you listen at various points with a sonascope is an invaluable method to trace the source.
Rubber bushes often squeak as they age but ball joints and track rod ends can make a terrific racket when the grease escapes - usually evident by a damaged rubber cover...
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on Jun 11, 2020
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