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dodge avenger codes

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Question From eganism on dodge avenger codes

dodge avenger 2009 4 cyl came up codes p0700 p2017 and p0302 check engine light flashes on and off and some electrical does too. any advice or ideas?

Response From Discretesignals

Is the engine running rough? If the check engine light is flashing, that means you have a catalyst damaging misfire. You really shouldn't drive the vehicle anymore until your misfiring problem is resolved. The P0302 means the engine computer is detecting a misfire on #2 cylinder. You should figure out if that is true and what is causing the misfire to occur. Test for spark, make sure there are no runner vacuum leaks on that cylinder, and test for injector activity.

Don't worry about the other codes until you resolve the misfire code and rough running engine.

Response From eganism

Thank you.. soo we will work on the misfire. is this something a novice could do on their own or best to bring to garage? trying to save the money but don't want to make worse either. misfiring to me means to check plugs wires and such..

Response From Discretesignals

Yep, check for spark on that cylinder. That would be the easiest thing to check first. Inspect the spark plug cable really good and remove the spark plug and do a visual inspection. Look for any burn marks on the boot or wire that would allow spark to jump to ground. Use a spark tester to see if your spark will jump at least a 3/4 inch gap.


Response From Discretesignals Top Rated Answer

Sorry, this engine doesn't have spark plug wires. It has coil over plug just like in the video. How many miles on this? You will still need to test for spark on that cylinder using a spark tester.

Response From eganism

Perfect thank you so much for your help i am just foing to change all plugs and wires anyhow just to clean it up and see how that does. I will get back to you if that does not help.. lol if the car runs smoother and does not shut off y itself i can just unplug the battery to reset the codes correct?

Response From Discretesignals

It is probably due for spark plugs, but you still need to test that coil to see if it is throwing spark. Also inspect the coil boot for burn marks. You can also connect the coil to a spark tester and run a 12 volt test lamp over the boot and bottom of coil to see if there is any leakage. You really don't want to run the engine too long if there is a no spark condition. I'm not sure if that vehicle has the capability of disabling an injector if it senses a catalyst damaging misfire on that cylinder. Misfires can damage the catalytic converter beyond repair.


You may need to use a code reader to clear trouble codes on that one, once the misfiring problem is resolved.

Response From eganism

ok no spark tester :( over 125k never a tune up since my daughter purchased 3 yrs ago

Response From DanD

Sorry to bud in here; but I would have the other two codes also diagnosed before any ignition parts go into this vehicle.
The P0700 is telling us that there's a code in the transmission controller. You'll need a proper scanner to retrieve transmission codes.
The P0217 has been showing up a fair amount as of latelyl. It deals with the intake manifold runner control system. What I've found is the valve/flap inside the intake becomes jammed or broken; if this is the case a new intake manifold will be needed.

That's why I'm suggesting that you have all codes diagnosed before any parts are purchased. It may be more then you want to spend?

Dan.

Response From Discretesignals

Here is a helpful video:


Does this car have a resistor in the ignition system?

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Question From zzfcm on Does this car have a resistor in the ignition system?

1993 Dodge Shadow
V6, 120,000 miles
Need to know if this car has a resistor in the ignition system.
Thanks,
Fred

Response From Hammer Time

Those things went out of the ignition systems with points over 40 years ago.

Response From Discretesignals Top Rated Answer

Which side of the ignition system? The primary or secondary? If you mean ballast resistor, that's a no as HT stated.

The spark plug wires have resistance built in them for RFI suppression.

1991 dodge w150

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Question From sircurb on 1991 dodge w150

my 318 ci engine runs poorly, it has been checked by shops and dealer. when I would turn the engine off in the past I would here what sounded like a modular motor resetting in the engine compartment. THis sound no longer occurs and there are no codes.

Response From way2old

What you were hearing is the cold start motor(idle speed motor) pre-setting for the next start. Look at the little motor that is hooked to your throttle linkage and see if it moves when you turn key on and push the accelerator down. The plunger should try to fin the linkage to complete a ground. If it does not move, replace the motor on the side of throttle body.

Response From sircurb

The cold idle motor has been replaced along with oxygen sensor,egr valve, map sensor, coolant temp sensor, fuel reg, idle position sensor. The fuel pump has been tested. A number of vacuum test have been done. The three selonoids(egr, canister etc.) have been tested. The fuel injecters (tbi) have been replaced and the computer has been replaced.

Discription of problem; rough idle- fuel in oil- poor mileage- periodic loss of power- periodic drop in rpm when coming to a stop. The truck never idles right but at times it will run strong otherwise.

Response From Double J Top Rated Answer

Just curious...how many miles on the engine/vehicle???

you stated you had it in to shops/dealer.....what have they said...
Has the compression been checked???
spark plugs /spark plug wires changed???

Jim

Response From sircurb

THe truck has 130,000 miles, I didn,t do a compression test but I can. The engine has all the power it had when I bought it, thats why I didn't think compression test. it is definitly running rich because it blows black smoke when I stomp on it. I had the truck tuned up, the dealer replaced the computer and the injecters. One shop replaced the fuel reg, another did the oxygen and map senser, another did the coolant temp senser. I replaced the cold start idle motor but I still don't here the gear sound that I use to here.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Idea! Timing Chain jumping?? I bet you can get in thru a cover plate where a mechanical fuel pump would have been and feel the slack....Also, will this just up and behave if you pull out PCV and plug it for a moment? Have some ideas if so,

T

Response From sircurb

I'll try it and let you know

Response From sircurb

I was always told that the idle is not set by the cold idle control. Once the engine has warmed the cold idle should have very little to do with operation of the engine. I have unbolted the cold idle motor from the tbi (still wired), the engine is warm. The truck is just barely running and the rpm"s are fluctuating by about 100 rpm. I checked the idle positioning sensor, it is fine. I believe the cold idle motor is not working(it is new) but with the engine warm it should not matter much. I pulled and plugged the pcv valve , I didn't notice a difference. I am thinking timing chain or distibutor, I will have to borrow a timing light.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

All kinds of engine functions are linked to manifold vacuum If the chain was able to jump and sometimes be right you might have a moment or longer time with it running ok and with full power. I wouldn't believe it but I've had one do that and somehow find the correct spot and go months and then bad and back again? This just with V8 American engines in general not specific to yours.

More specific to yours is (been a while) that the intake is heated with exhaust heat and a couple sludged up even on cared for cars and did this crap and the vacuum wasn't steady (it won't be with the idle going up and down anyway) but was discovered by unplugging and then with thumb of finger stop the vacuum leak like the pcv and the dang engine would at least be steady about being wrong. Hey - I can't say with this one but I do recall those screwing me up and they were fixed by removing intake manifold and cleaning all the fudge up. In those there was a lot and I was surprised at what I found. Those were cars (late 70s) and I just had a hunch that the trucks used a lot of old technology while still using the 318 while they were done with them in cars by 91.

If you know the timing chain is original I'm somewhat worried about that. If you have a distributor you can set the crank pulley so timing is on a mark you can tell degrees. Take dist cap off and by flex handle and socket turn crank bolt slowly back and forth and see how many degrees it turns before rotor in distributor turns. I think if you see more than like 4 or 5 degrees the chain is suspect. Could be elsewhere along the way to turn the distributor but that was one clue without taking it apart. Just a thought??

T

Response From sircurb

If I remove the dist. cap and turn the crank shaft as you say the rotor should move almost instantly, if not the timing chain may be stretched or the distributor shaft could be damaged (the gears). Does this sound about right?

Response From Tom Greenleaf

The chain test: Turn crank such that it is tight and turning the rotor. Go the other way an note how many degrees it takes to move the rotor. There just plain will be some motion and loss to dist gear lash and hard to notice by eye when it starts moving.

Hope I'm not wasting your time with that. This is older with some miles. We (speaking for myself) tend to think real timing chains vs the rubber ones never go bad but they do. For a decade I replaced near every chain on cars that needed just water pumps as you are already that much closer. That for cars/vehicles with 100k or more and known original chains. A few were running like new and the chains (sproket with nylon gear teeth) were so gone such that I was surprised it ran and others looked brand new?? You don't know for sure until you are looking right at the thing. One thing noted is I never had to re-replace the non nylon chain set ever again,

T

Ps: When I speak of replacements I always mean both gears and the chain. Not just what looks most worn if you are there.

Response From sircurb

I can and will do the chain test, I do not have a garage and the temp here in phila. can get pretty cold. As soon as this coming weekend I will do the test and let you know what I find. Thanks!

Response From azrael

I'm no expert, but I've seen my fair share of chrystler issues and do not mind sharing the knowledge. I need more info to better asses this problem. When you say it is running poorly please describe how, what noises, etc... also an Idea of mileage and past tune up info may help avoid un-necessary inquiries.

03 Stratus RT 3.0L (mitsu)- Dies after removing spark plug wire

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Question From alyxander100 on 03 Stratus RT 3.0L (mitsu)- Dies after removing spark plug wire

2003
Dodge
Stratus RT
3.0L Mitsubishi
170K mi.

My car has been idling rough so I changed out my spark plugs. I found in doing that that my fuel injector o-rings were worn out and cracked, so I replaced those and the car still idled rough, leading me to think that my spark plug wires were worn out.

I tested this by starting the car, and while running pulled the spark plug wire off the distributor cap to see how the car responded - if it sputtered harder, that plug was good, if it stayed the same - that plug/wire combo was toast.

I pulled the first wire, no troubles, car sputtered a little, I replaced the cable and it worked. The second one, same thing. but the third one, I pulled and it sparked the tar out of me when I tried to put it back on and then the engine died. I replaced the wire and went to start the car - it would not turn over, it sounded like the starter was engaging, but the engine was not turning.

I have replaced all the wires on that bank and tried to start it, same result.

I am at a loss. Did I fry the distributor cap? the distributor itself?

Any help is much appreciated.

Thanks,
Alyx

Response From Discretesignals Top Rated Answer

If the engine doesn't crank, you need to troubleshoot the starting system.

When your dealing with secondary ignition systems, the one thing that you never do is remove a spark plug wire and let it hang out in nothingness. You need to ground the plug wire, so the high secondary voltage can get to ground. If you don't do that, the high secondary voltage is going try and find a path to ground by either burning a hole through the coil or whatever way possible it can find a ground inside the distributor possibly frying solid state components inside the distributor.

If you want to disable cylinders, the best way is to unplug injectors if possible. If you can't get to the injector connectors, Use an inline spark tester that you can easily ground with a test light that is connected to battery neg. You can also slip short pieces of vacuum hose between the plug wires and terminals that you can ground with a test lamp. Those tricks will not only save you from destroying things, but save you from the pain of 40 K volts running through your body.

Response From alyxander100

Thanks for the info - Just to clarify, the car cranks, but does not turn over - it is trying to start but it seems as though the plugs are not sparking.

Response From Discretesignals

Does it have spark while cranking? Use an adjustable spark tester. Should be able to easily jump a 3/4 inch gap.

1999 dodge neon please help me!!!!!!

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Question From jessdavis205 on 1999 dodge neon please help me!!!!!!

1999
dodge
neon
sohc
150000

My husband installed a used transmission and it ran great for about a week. He went to work one day and when he got back in the car to go home it wouldnt crank. It will turn over all day long but wont crank. Also it is not firing on 2 and 4. We have replaced the coil pack spark plugs, wires. Cant figure out what is going on dont think that it has slipped timing but can ttell for sure belt seems to be in good condition no frays or plugs missing out of it please help this car is my baby. You can hear the fuel pump working and it is getting fuel to the motor also.

Response From speed

it is possible you got a bad coil pack again. just becuase it is new doesnt mean its not defect free. id take it back and say its defective and they should give you a different one.

Response From jessdavis205

I thought about that too but the first three that we bought came from a junk yard and the other one was brand new I dont know is tha the only thing that could be wrong/

Response From speed Top Rated Answer

all i can think of i dont know though im not a guru yet just a passerby type