What will cause a engine light to flash and ding on a 06 Pt Cruiser?

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Asked by Sep 24, 2013 at 03:20 PM about the 2006 Chrysler PT Cruiser Touring

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Have replaced plugs,wires, fuel
injectors, O2 Sensor

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Gotta be a weak battery....get a NEW one....while we are at it clean the 1/0 cable connection from battery to chassis....undo the bolt and wirebrush...maybe with a spinny drill accessory~ coarse to remove all corrosion and assure excellent electrical connection....these get all bothered after a dozen starts!~

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I forgot to mention that it also idles rough but has plenty of power....I will ck the battery. Thanks

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...remember the days of the butterfly choke?...well those days are gone now and your computer needs to know just how cold or hot the ambient conditions are at the throat of the intake~ FAULTY could send a message that it's wintry out there...I'm just sayin'~

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Will Ck it out....Thanks

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