1995 Chrysler Cirrus v6 2.5L cranks, no spark, no codes.Since I've owned, approx 2yrs:Had problem with car surging or dying at low speeds. I would later (see below) disconnect cruise control
/throttle cableCheck engine
light would come on but was unable to find anyone who could retrieve a code. Check engine light would reset itself.In last 6months:Recently had transmission
rebuild. Limp mode.After transmission rebuild, would still die/surge occaisionally even when going up to 15 mph but could be restarted.Disconnected cruise control throttle cable but did not disable cruise control module. Seemed to stop car from surging but not from dying.Car ran good for 3 months but still died occasionally. No more surge2 wks ago car died driving at low speed. Would not restart as it always had.Hooked up timing light and have no spark conditionNow have 4.6 volts on the PCM sensor ground line. Source of voltage is the TCM.12v B+ to PCM ok.No 8v or 5v.Check engine light is off when cranking.Replaced crank sensor and distributor.ASD relay ok but is not being activated.
JA: There are so many things that can cause battery
issues. Some simple, some complicated. The mechanics have tons of experience in that area. Will the car start?
Customer: Please read post before asking questions answered in post
JA: How old is the battery?
Customer: IDK but havery 12+V
JA: Anything else I can tell the Chrysler Mechanic before I connect you two?
Customer: My post had different format before it was posted and changed into one long paragraph
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