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I have a dodge durango 2000 I can drive it for a but then it

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I have a dodge durango 2000 I can drive it for a but then it dies and Odometer Says ( no bus) I have replaced the computer still does it what can it be
Submitted: 10 months ago.
Category: Dodge
Expert:  Chris replied 10 months ago.

Hello and welcome to just answer. This is usually the PCM, but a shorted camshaft position sensor or crankshaft position sensor can short oout and make the PCM appear to be "dead" and cause this no buss and stalling. Sometimes a MAP sensor or TPS can short out and also cause this. So do this: as soon as it dies, start disconnecting the sensors one at a time. If the "no bus" message goes away after disconnecting a particular sensor, then suspect that sensor shorting out and replace it.

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Expert:  Chris replied 10 months ago.

Ok, you may have a failed ABS module, or have lost power to the ABS module. Check for any blown fuses first. Then see if you can get a scan tool that will read ABS codes. Your auto parts store may check that for you. Then let me know if the module will communicate with the scan tool. If so, then tell me what ABS codes are present. If it does not communicate with the ABS module, and the fuses are ok, then suspect a failed ABS module and replace it.

Let me know.


Expert:  Chris replied 10 months ago.

Ignore that last reply. It was meant for another customer. Chris