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Did you have it scanned with a factory scanner or equivalent retrieve fault codes ?
What have you done so far to iyt .
most common cause will be
1- ckp sensor
2- cam sensor
3- wiring to & from PCM
4-PCM itself. it is a known issue
but testing is needed to confirm or at least narrow down
are you looking at fixing this yourself or looking to know the most possible cause of this issue and taking it to repair shop for the work ?
Do you have any prior experience in electrical troubleshooting and testing with a test light for power & ground ?
Please let me know
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if it is an egr issue , you will have a lack of power , rough idle , is the check engine light on ?
or it is just shutting down while cruising down the road , you pull over , cycle ignition switch or wait and starts right back up ?
these are the areas needs checking
using a Chrysler scanner you can run a test & all these parts , that will be needed at this time to confirm .
there is not a one answer for the issue with out testing or you will be just throwing parts at it .
the 2 sensors are fairly cheap and inexpensive & they are know FOR NOT THROWING A CODE/CHECK ENGINE LIGHT & causing that issue.
at higher mileage van & usually those sensors been replaced by that time , the PCM will require replacement or rebuild .
Please let me know ,if that works for you
were you looking for a one part & one answer fix mike ?
yea i m sorry , don't we all
good luck to you
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I believe I have a "one answer" fix for you. However, it involves two parts not just one. Please reply so we can get you taken care of.
I believe you need to have the RO3 recall performed
If you would like I can explain it in detail if you like
Are you still there?
Recall RO3 is about the Wireless Ignition Nodes unintentional movement of the Fobik from the "ON" position to the "ACC" position while driving. This can cause unintended engine shutdown and could cause a crash
The Recall says to replace the WIN module and all the Fobiks to fix the problem.
The dealership should replace the WIN and two Fobiks at no charge
This is a common problem with the complaint details you described. I have actually done the recall a few times with no come backs.
That was probably a L25 recall which has been cancelled and updated to the RO3. The original recall was not good enough and didnt' fix the issue. If you did not receive two new Fobiks then it was the old recall.
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