Several sensors went out at same time.
I was on a 400 mi trip and had to stop to answer Mother Nature. My 2005 Grand Caravan had driven perfectly well and was acting normal when I turned off the ignition. When I came out and tried to start it 5 minutes later, It wouldn't start I let it cool down, still nothing. It would turn over really well, it just wouldn't start. I towed it home and read the codes. The cam sensor, crank sensor, TPS, MAP sensor, and air inlet sensor all showed bad readings. Most low, air inlet high. I can't believe they all went bad at the same time. PCM maybe?
Yes , maybe a shotgun effect of codes usually indicates the accuser as the offender! Chrysler are notorious for PCM issues, I normally try and slow people who are ready to blame the computer BUT, with Chrysler this isn't the case, replaced to may failed units. Try to locate a DBRIII for a good scan.
Try out a known good CPU.
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