my 07 pt cruiser stalled on me on the highway, and now it dosent want to start whats wrong with it??

Asked by Feb 25, 2015 at 09:49 PM about the 2007 Chrysler PT Cruiser Base

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

my pt cruiser stalled on me yesterday on the highway, i wouldnt start anymore, the fuel
pump still works i can hear it, the engine cranks but it wont run, i just changed the injectors
and still wont run.
whats wrong with my car any suggestions??

3 Answers

20,830

Could be a lot of things, timing belt, crank sensor, cam sensor, throttle position sensor, map and maf sensors. Any check engine lights on the dash before it shut down?

no theres wasnt a light on , but there is now

20,830

Get it scanned. It will hopefully tell you what the problem is.

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