Chrysler Repair Questions? Ask a Mechanic for Answers ASAP
Hello, my name is***** the check engine light on? Is vehicle overheating? Thanks.
Ok, this would most likely mean the engine coolant temp sensor has failed. When sensor fails it causes vehicle to run rich "too much fuel" which is why you are seeing smoke. What engine do you have? I can give you replacement instructions. Thanks.
Do you have the 3.3 or 3.8 engine? Thanks.
Here is a picture of the ECT sensor, replace that and let me know if you run into problems. Thanks.
Yes, it won't get any worse then it is. Let me know if you have more questions, thanks.
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Temp gauge working yet or check engine light on yet?
Have you checked diagnostic codes yet? If not you can turn key on-off-on-off-on within 5 seconds and it should be displayed on odometer.
Check codes and let me know what they are. Thanks.
No problem, I'll talk to you then. Have a good night.
Ok, I need to be last to reply in meantime too. Thanks.
P1644 means battery has been disconnected, P0122 is related to throttle position sensor, P0108 is for map sensor, P0118 is for coolant temp sensor, P0204 is for cylinder 4 injector, P1478 is for battery temp sensor, and P1495 means 5v reference is too low. It sounds like a wiring issue, check the wiring harness from the injectors to the Powertrain Control Module (PCM). The insulation melts off the wires on the wires in the harness near the exhaust crossover. The wires need to be removed from the harness to check every injector control circuit. Also check the sub-injector wiring harness under the intake plenum for damage. Also make sure to check wiring going to map sensor. Let me know if you have questions, thanks.
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That was a typo on my part, I meant to say 1684. Thanks again.
Let me know if you run into more questions or how it turns out. I need to be last to reply or it shows someone is waiting for me. Have a good night.