i have a misfire that is causing the torque converter to lockout... replaced plugs, wires and coil, and the car still misfires... any suggestions... i was told that if i fix the misfire i fix the car
i have 4 codes that come back when i test it... transmissin control system malfunction, torque converter clutch system failure, a cylinder 6 misfire, and a bad 02 sensor
hAVE YOU HAD THE INJECTOR CHECKED CHRY. HAS ALWAYS HAD A PROBLEM WITH THE FUEL RAIL DESIGN?
i unplugged the injector and it ran rough when it was unplugged, i take that as a sign that it is working
what engine is in that car? possibly but you need to make sure you unplugged no.6 injector and not no.5 the injectors do not go where they look.
it has the 3.5 engine in it... i unplugged the last injector in that bank, but i'm not sure now if it was the right one.
chry. fires the injector on th opposite side of the intake. so try unplugging the opposite one
I have a 3.5 in a Chrysler 300 that missed out and caused the transmission to down shift and up shift eratically. I was told by my mechanic buddy to change the TPS switch. Worked great no more trouble.
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