Could my keys to my car be causing this problem.

Asked by Mar 31, 2016 at 09:49 PM about the Chrysler 200

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a Chrysler 200 2012, lightning bolt and ESP lights flash car goes into limp mode, had it to the dealer codes p2102 and p2110 came up, should I replace it or look at the keys first going crazy, there has to be someone that can help PLEASE

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There has been a lot of this issue, with the 2000 chrysler,usually it is the PCM that ends up being the problem,you can have some one replace the sensor,s but will more than likely lead you right back to the PCM being the problem,google this and read other.s with same issue..HTH.

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I ment to say 200,not 2000.

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