There is probably nothing wrong with your old O2 sensor and hopefully nothing wrong with your intake manifold runner swirl valves or stepper control motor. There isn't a diagnostic flowchart for these? I look at the negative battery connection and it has a crack in it. You will need to remove the filter before replacing the oil sending unit. So then after reading some info on the variable compressors, I thought it might be too high, so I dropped it to about 40. Now my story: I have a 2007 Dodge Caliber sxt 2. Then use a star driver check your misc socket set drivers for the right size. He wasn't sure if he'd get all of the parts that day, but I told him it was fine to keep it since we could get by this week without it.
In some cases, the wires have just broken and a new piece will need to be soldered in and heat shrink used. So it's just a matter of finding where that ground comes from. I removed the Imrc and the runner side spins way more that the manifold side. You have to replace the whole wire assembly? It there a glass window like the old days? If it does it again in a few months she will have to take it somewhere to find the leak. With a rising feeling of suspicion I flip a few pages back to the O2 voltage low and find that the first thing to check for that code is pin one in the O2 harness to 12v. The check engine light can indicate any number of things and anyone answering the question the way … you asked it would be simply making a random guess. It was late on a Friday but he told me to stop by with a copy of this forum thread and the mechanics there would give it a read.
The problem with removing the belt is that you will have to find a shorter belt for van and be able to reroute the belt in a way to make everything work. Keep up the good work and let us know what you find. Take the battery out you'll probably need a ratchet with deep-well metric sockets and see if you can see anything wrong with the wire bundle underneath it. I was out of town when it went out again taking out the alternator. The car won't start but it feels like it is the battery as it click and doesn't have enough power. Reassemble and tighten the terminals. If anyone can provide me with a clear couple of sentences that will summarize what this issue could be and what they should look into, I would greatly appreciate it.
My odb scanner connect to my phone so I can monitor the voltage for the o2 sensors and both start at 1. See what the connection situation is first. If you mean the check engine light, the general answer is, it means you should take it somewhere that can check the error code. If you have time, make sure it's fully charged to 12. The thread I started at jeeppatriot. I changed Batterie, cleaned Manifold Runner.
Having no ground will mean that there is nothing to pull down the 12 volts. So I set up an appointment with my closest Jeep dealer for this morning. Any ideas on what to look for and test would be appreciated. Then I thought the ac might be low, so i brought it to 72psi what my r-134a temp chart showed me it should be for 70 degrees Fahrenheit. I printed out this forum thread and even highlighted some key sentences.
I just don't have the patience for it. Thank you for taking your time to saving my time. Put the positive cable on the battery first and snug it, then the ground cable and snug it. We shared custody of the car for the next few months. I tried to clean the connection a time or two and it actually caused by right turn signal to dim and my hand brake light to flicker as if it was on as they share this same grounding point. A local mechanic might charge less than the stealership wanted to shotgun parts at it, but it probably won't be cheap either way.
On most cars, the oil sending unit is just above the oil filter, although it can vary depending on the engine. The wife comes out and I tell her that the codes are gone. Tried calling the dealership, but they didn't want to give me the info over the phone. I tried to clean the connection a time or two and it actually caused by right turn signal to dim and my hand brake light to flicker as if it was on as they share this same grounding point. While you have the cables off the battery, take a good look at them and make sure neither one is cracked or corroded. Thank you very much for helping.
I haven't heard back from him yet today, but I'm anticipating it being finished sometime today. Hopefully he didn't discover any other issues. I look at the pin and it is for ground so i realize that this is the first thing I should have checked. I connect my odb reader to the Caliber and get p0032 and p2010. At this point I am pretty sure you guys were right on the money so i grab a piece of 20ga and stick it in the female side of pin one of the O2 sensor and with an alligator clip attach it to the heat shield. I replace it and get portable jumper connected, car starts and I feel very lucky. Pop open the compartment and pull out the old air filter cleaner.
All kind of things go trough my mind, I shorted something out, burned the computer, nothing good. It's not difficult although it can be time-consuming , there's very little that you could damage, and you can get some familiarity with basic electrical and mechanical tools. When everything is reconnected, evacuate the system by pulling a high vacuum for 30 to 45 minutes to remove all the air and any residual moisture that may be in the system. The Module has had known issues that can affect one of many things. This would keep the Air Conditioning System of your automobile running perfectly without any glitches. I did notice the steering wheel does stick sometimes when you turn the wheel, annoying but not my major complaint on this car.
Unfortunately, there was some bad news. You disconnect your ground cable from your battery and then the positive cable. If you are not getting a normal level of cold air from the vents, and the mechanical system is functioning correctly, the problem may be the ac control module. The story was the same until the 9th one. Having no ground will mean that there is nothing to pull down the 12 volts. The main function of the car air conditioning condenser is to keep the refrigerant cool.