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P0504 Jeep

Fix code P0504 Jeep Idle problems, brake switch trouble code P0504 Jeep and Jeep Cherokee Owners report problems with some 2005-2006 Jeep Liberty and Jeep Cherokee vehicles that have drivability and braking issues when at altitudes above 5,000-ft. The engine may be slow to come up to idle after starting, may shake during the warm-up phase, and may cause a check engine light and trouble code P0504. If you can’t find an obvious problem, you may have to get the software updated. Chrysler has issued new software to correct these problems—of … Read More

P0116 Dodge Dakota, Ram Truck, Jeep Liberty Cherokee

Fix code P0116 Dodge Dakota, Ram Truck, Jeep Liberty Cherokee Chrysler reports a P0116 Dodge Dakota 2004, Ram Truck, Jeep Liberty and Jeep Cherokee vehicles with the 3.7L engine. The check engine will light and the computer will set DTC P0116 (coolant sensor code). You may also see assorted misfire codes, other oxygen sensor codes, and other fuel system related codes. Also, Jeeps with manual transmissions may show a stumble or hesitation when you shift aggressively through the gears. If you have any of those issues in your Jeep or the … Read More

No crank no start – Chrysler vehicles

My Chrysler won’t start No crank no start Chrysler has issued a TSB #08-007-08 to address problems with No crank no start – Chrysler vehicles on 2006-08 Dodge 1500-5500 series Ram trucks and 2007-08 Jeep Wrangle, Compass, and Patriot, 2008 Jeep Liberty and Cherokee, 2007-08 Avenger / Sebring, 2007-08 Caliber, and 2006-08 Chrysler PT Cruiser vehicles. The problem occurs most often in dry or cold conditions and is caused by static electricity latching up the keyless entry module. You can “reboot” the module by either disconnecting the negative battery cable or … Read More


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