The Fix: Check and replace vacuum lines as required. Checked the relay, it had low resistance. If you detect battery voltage on more than 1 wire, the wire harness is shorted and must be repaired before proceeding with other tests. I replaced it and now it works but I'm not sure if I trust it. This happened at 83000 miles.
The Fix: Check and replace and. Troubleshoot code P1494: A little details about my car: 1997 Dodge Stratus 4 cyl. This is not really a do-it-yourself kind of job. But, the fault keeps coming back. The engine starts shaking and may even stall. Sorry for all the questions, I just want to get this corrected before the hot summer months. That fault code will indicate a small leak or a large leak.
After reading this thread, I checked my fuse box, and my 25amp fuse was blown located in the middle of the fuse box under the hood, closest fuse to the engine. The Fix: Check fuel pressure with a fuel pressure gauge. The Fix: Replace the idle speed control unit. Just wanted to thank everyone who contributed to this thread. Any issues found with the fuel system are recommended to be repaired as soon as possible due to the fact that fuel is dangerous. This causes the ignition coil to provide a spark and the injector to inject fuel into each cylinder at the right time. This is not really a do-it-yourself kind of job.
After all that I opened the relay and found that the coil was also open. A fuel pressure test is likely to be performed to make sure that the fuel pressure regulator is functioning properly. This type of trouble code is one that could potentially leave a driver stranded on the side of the road. This thread saved me a lot of time and money. The Fix: Check and replace the vacuum lines as required.
That will verify the cylinder causing the misfire. I was told it could be the engine mount. The connector may have a removable cover. That makes a minor problem turn real expensive very fast. The Fix: Repair or replace the linkage as required.
The shaking you described is almost certainly due to misfires in the engine, not an engine mount. The P0308 code is a serious issue. YourMechanic offers certified mobile mechanics who will come to your home or office to diagnose and repair your vehicle. Solenoid defective I have no idea what this is or what it does, so therefore, I have no idea what it means. The only thing I did not check was the fan. If not then it's likely a communication problem.
Thanks I had this same problem with my '02 Ram. Some of the engine mounts can cause a single hard clunk or thump when you shift between reverse and drive, but a constant repeated shaking is due to things like old spark plugs and wires, a failed injector, very rare on Chrysler products , or a burned valve, which is pretty rare today on all cars. Or carry more fuse's :- Did the problem ever come back? Have been told it was full of carbon. Losing antifreze the check engine light came on the day I took it to the garage. So, does anyone else think this smells like a freebie to the dealerships' service departments? My recommendation is to have the misfires diagnosed and repaired right away. We do ask that you please read the info available on the site first so that we can help reduce repeat questions.
This is not really a do-it-yourself kind of job. Using moderate force remove wheel from steering column step 4. The parts guy is right; that system won't cause the car to stall, but the Check Engine light will be on so you will never know if a different problem is detected. With this in mind, it is important to check for any and all possibilities before replacing parts. If no issues with the ignition system exist, the fuel system is the next stop for the mechanic. Indeed in my case it was the 25A.