I have an 04 with the dreaded 2.7 engine. the engine light is on and giving a code for the crank sensor. it has been replaced...twice. the light is still on and they can't even reset it.


Asked by Mar 31, 2014 at 01:08 PM about the 2004 Dodge Intrepid SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I've tried 3 times to erase the code. The light does not go off and I can't get an inspection.

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Mark Grignon

There is still a hard code that exists. There may be more than one code causing the light to go on. It may not be the actual sensor that is bad, but it could be an open circuit in the wiring or harness.


I have seen this a few times, everything's checks out fine but the ECM still turns on the light, the only way to turn it off was to have the dealer do a complete reset and relearn or worse case the ECM completely replaced.

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