crank no start, no spark, fuel pressure good

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Asked by Sep 04, 2015 at 12:51 PM about the Chrysler 300M

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

crank no start, fuel pressure 60 psi, no spark.
I have power to the ignition coils, not getting a ground signal to coils from
PCM. No codes
asd relay is energizing properly, cam and crank sync look great through
scanner.
Is there a known area of chaffed wires, or do I have a possible issue with
PCM????

5 Answers

Thinking SKIM, the Sentry Key Immobilizer. If recognized, it sends a signal to the BCM over the PCI communication bus, which then tells the PCM that it's OK to start. So an anti-theft device issue. It will crank, as you describe, but not fire

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But what year? I could be way off base

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2003 3.5 liter , no BCM codes either , and my Snap On Solus Pro shows that the SKI is not in theft mode

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Ok. just a thought... good luck, really

10

Well have a 2000 m only have spark on one coil and replaced can sensor and crankshaft sensor

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