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Old 14 Nov 2012, 03:29 pm
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Default CODE P0339 NOW, NOT "ALL" FIXED YET

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Well I just wrote to everyone yesterday before heading to work everything was OK,, and then driving home after work the check engine light came on when the rpm got above 2000rpm and started missing again, I drove home with light on and kelp the r's under 2200rpms.. This time the care started uo good and idles smooth,, only misses above 2000rpm.
Yesterday here is all that was replaced:
Cam sensor
crank sensor
spark plugs/ wires
new value cover gasets due to a bad Oring leaking oil into spark plug area.
I did a mopar code erro check with the key switch 3 times on, only 1 code reported P0339..
Have new surfboard and want to go surf!!! this is worst than waiting for Christmas morning,, just kidding trying to cheer myself up!!! lol
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