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Old 09 Apr 2013, 11:31 am
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I just bought a 2005 PT Turbo 2.4 auto 76,000 miles and I have a couple issues that have popped up. Two ck engine codes not listed in my book or that I could find on here. 2074 & 1697. The car hit a parking block and did the usual damage and I have repaired it correctly new rad, fan, intercooler, rad support etc.. There were no codes showing before this repair. It is not able to maintain a steady cruise speed at 60, it`s floating, doesn`t seem to coast well and at 60 if I floor it it seems to neutral and hit the limiter, rather than take off to 90 mph.. It had an issue with it stalling in reverse, but it was due to replacement batt cable ends being split from over tightening and a bad connection.

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Old 09 Apr 2013, 01:30 pm
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Here's your codes:

ERROR CODE P2074

http://www.justanswer.com/chrysler/2...4-already.html

Not sure about this one....

P1697 EMR (SRI) MILEAGE NOT STORED
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Old 09 Apr 2013, 02:38 pm
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Sounds like you're in limp mode. Try resetting PCM and see if it runs normal. My 05 did the same after it threw code 4 cam sensor. My problem was intermittent, but it ran fine until code was detected again.

Hope this helps, let us know how u fix it
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Funny thing is my 2005 is doing the something and everything I have tried is a dead end
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Old 10 Feb 2015, 08:16 pm
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Funny thing is my 2005 is doing the something and everything I have tried is a dead end
Well, describe what it is doing, and what you tried.
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Old 10 Feb 2015, 08:22 pm
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Sound like a vacuum leak might be the culprit. Time to spray some starting fluid around the engine see if it surges. Also, inspect the intake manifold very closely. Is it possible that the radiator or fan assembly hit the front of that plastic manifold? Or could the wreck have damaged the turbo pipping or inner cooler causing a leak?
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Funny thing is my 2005 is doing the something and everything I have tried is a dead end
Is your engine light coming on?
What engine trouble codes are you getting?
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Old 16 May 2016, 11:51 pm
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Hello all, three weeks ago I purchased a 2005 GT with 55k miles. I have the P2074 and as of today also P1697 codes. I re-set the P2074 code and it passed Cal. smog test... P2074 cames back at 3200rpm to 4000rpm (loses power,etc)... I have "looked" for vac. leaks ( I did not see any ) ... I will try the "carb cleaner spray" test next. As for the P1697 code- how are these two related? I see that it has been a few years since this thread has been started so I hope someone can help. Thanks in advance

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Old 17 May 2016, 08:10 am
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Jeffzane welcome to the forum
This is an old thread dug up for bones!
You should go read the new members info and maybe also start your own personal thread about your PT questions?
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Old 17 May 2016, 09:23 am
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P1697 - PCM Failure EMR/SRI Mileage Not Stored Conditions:

Possible Causes:

Clear the trouble codes and retest for the same trouble code. If DTC P1697 resets, replace the PCM and then reprogram it.

P2074 - Manifold Pressure/Throttle Position Correlation;

Possible Causes:

Vacuum leak in hoses or component connections
High resistance or resistance to ground in MAP 5 volt supply or signal circuit MAP Sensor has failed
High resistance in MAP ground circuit
Throttle Position Sensor has failed or is improperly adjusted
High resistance or resistance to ground in Throttle Position Sensor 5 volt supply or signal circuit
High resistance in Throttle Position Sensor ground circuit
PCM has failed

I would suggest checking the wiring going to the Throttle Position sensor and MAP sensor for a short to ground and measure the 5 volt line on the MAP sensor.
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