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Johnny Mopar

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The engines for this vehicle, use a fixed ignition system. The PCM regulates ignition timing. Basic ignition timing is not adjustable.


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Many possible causes for stalling. The most commoin is a dirty Throttle Body will can cause stalling when you release the accelerator pedal. A defective or intermittent Crankshaft Position Sensor cand cause the same condition.


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Take the vehicle back to the dealer and have them perform an "ignition key off" current draw test. the maxium current draw on the battery should not exceed about 50 milliamps. You need a current draw of about 200 milliamps or more to kill a battery over night.


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Not all of the keys are "Chipped". If your original key has a BLACK rubber cover, it is a standard key. If it is Grey in color your key has a transponder. If you use a standard key in a vehicle equipped with the "SKIMM KEY" Option, the vehicle will start momentarily , then stall. It will not run.


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1.Disconnect and isolate the battery negative remote cable Battery Negative Remote Cable Removal 2.Remove instrument cluster hood. 3.Remove the four cluster attaching screws Mask/Lens Retaining Screws 4.Remove instrument cluster and disconnect wire connectors from instrument panel by pulling cluster rearward. All lamps are part #194 except for Fog Lamp (#161) and Security LED (#4608419)


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Fuse 6 (20 amp) in you Junction Block. Other components involved in the operation of the Rear Wipers are the Wiper Control Switch located on the HVAC Control panel, Body Control Module (BCM), and the Rear Wiper Motor.


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Check repair pals estimator guide for labor prices in your local area. You are looking at about 2 hours labor time.


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Your description sounds like a Transmission problem. take he vehicle to your local dealership for diagnosis before any major damage occurs


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There are many possible reasons for your condition. CRANKSHAFT POSITION SENSOR CAMSHAFT POSITION SENSOR FUEL PUMP RELAY NO START PRE-TEST OTHER POSSIBLE CAUSES FOR NO START POWERTRAIN FUSES OPEN FUEL PRESSURE OUT OF SPECS RESTRICTED FUEL SUPPLY LINE FUEL PUMP INLET STRAINER PLUGGED FUEL PUMP MODULE FUEL PUMP CAPACITY (VOLUME) OUT OF SPECS FUEL PUMP RELAY FUSED B+ CIRCUIT FUEL PUMP RELAY OUTPUT CIRCUIT OPEN FUEL PUMP GROUND CIRCUIT OPEN/HIGH RESISTANCE FUEL PUMP MODULE TEST ACTION


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