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Other then code P0301 which is a misfire code I cannot find those other codes. are you sure they are correct? I will show you all the trouble code Chrysler uses from 02 to present. Besides I don't think this is likely they would all go off the same time , so what I suggest is to treat this as bad fuel cancel the codes and run that fuel out. I would go to your auto parts supplier and ask for a good fuel system cleaner with moisture remover in it.. You can also if your handy to drain some of that fuel that's in the tank into a clear glass jar and let it sit over night and see if there is any separation or contamination in it. Then see if any or which codes may return. http://www.allpar.com/fix/computer-codes.html
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Thjanx for that info , there are a couple of ways you can delete the codes , the best one is to pull the EFI fuse for about 15 -20 seconds, the other way is to disconnect the neg battery terminal same length of time and reattach it but then you will have to reset the clock and radio stations , also it may have to go through a learning period.
Electronic fuel induction, it could be under ECU fuse
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