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  • in reply to: 2001 Chrysler Town and Country Loss of Power #865826
    DaveDave
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      Problem located. The harness where the injectors and the map sensor (which is under the intake) all join the main wiring harness was melted through. This is apparently common on these vans. The result was when the map sensor was plugged in one of the injectors grounded out and stayed on full time. As a result fuel seeped into the oil pan.

      in reply to: 2001 Chrysler Town and Country Loss of Power #860987
      DaveDave
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        The wiring all looked good so I bit the bullet and replaced the MAP sensor. The rough idle is still there, the white smoke is now black. Some new things, the alternator light has come on, the fans come on even when the engine is cold. I still have the P0108 code and a new code P1598 for high AC pressure, even though the AC is off.

        My new thoughts are bad ground or bad PCM.

        in reply to: 2001 Chrysler Town and Country Loss of Power #860736
        DaveDave
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          Thanks, I might just try a new MAP sensor and go from there. I’m willing to spend the $65 since it is pointing to that. And if that could be the whole cause I’ll give it a go.

          in reply to: December 18, 2012 Contest #485440
          DaveDave
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            Throwing my hat into the ring.

            in reply to: December 18, 2012 Contest #486293
            DaveDave
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              Throwing my hat into the ring.

              in reply to: December 7, 2012 Contest #482713
              DaveDave
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                Stay dirty, Eric

                in reply to: December 7, 2012 Contest #483550
                DaveDave
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                  Stay dirty, Eric

                  in reply to: When should you eat it? #473590
                  DaveDave
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                    The corporate world has more lawyers which pretty much explains everything. And I guess if you have one shop your chances of having an issue are smaller than if you have 50.

                    in reply to: When should you eat it? #473860
                    DaveDave
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                      The corporate world has more lawyers which pretty much explains everything. And I guess if you have one shop your chances of having an issue are smaller than if you have 50.

                      in reply to: When should you eat it? #473551
                      DaveDave
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                        Insurance companies seem to want shops to put up signs. That said, many will take you out on the shop floor. Though it gives them a great excuse to prevent people from entering the shop who are annoying.

                        I just had a discussion with the site admin about the password boxes, to make a short story even shorter the admin prefers it that way.

                        in reply to: When should you eat it? #473277
                        DaveDave
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                          Insurance companies seem to want shops to put up signs. That said, many will take you out on the shop floor. Though it gives them a great excuse to prevent people from entering the shop who are annoying.

                          I just had a discussion with the site admin about the password boxes, to make a short story even shorter the admin prefers it that way.

                          in reply to: Problems with sign up: emails with periods in them #473268
                          DaveDave
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                            Usually when passwords are shown in clear text it is in place of having a “confirm password” box. Having clear text passwords and a confirm box is kind of strange.

                            in reply to: Problems with sign up: emails with periods in them #473542
                            DaveDave
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                              Usually when passwords are shown in clear text it is in place of having a “confirm password” box. Having clear text passwords and a confirm box is kind of strange.

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