Jozzim

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  1. I have a 2006 Charger R/T. My car used to not start (even thought the battery, starter, and alternator was good). I had it fixed, and the problem seemed to be electrical. However after that, it would always start, but would go into "limp mode". I let it sit for two days, and the limp mode disappeared. However, it will only start on occasion. It won't start after about 30 mins after use. It won't start for a few hours. All electrics work fine, it just won't even attempt to crank. Try to start it later, it will work fine. Even though the check engine light was NOT on, I was able to pull three codes out of it: U0100, U0103, P0700. I did have to replace the notorious "pink thingy", but everything (should be) connected fine. Any help is appreciated. Thank you!
  2. I have a 2006 Charger R/T. My car used to not start (even thought the battery, starter, and alternator was good). I had it fixed, and the problem seemed to be electrical. However after that, it would always start, but would go into "limp mode". I let it sit for two days, and the limp mode disappeared. However, it will only start on occasion. It won't start after about 30 mins after use. It won't start for a few hours. All electrics work fine, it just won't even attempt to crank. Try to start it later, it will work fine. Even though the check engine light was NOT on, I was able to pull three codes out of it: U0100, U0103, P0700. I did have to replace the notorious "pink thingy", but everything (should be) connected fine. Any help is appreciated. Thank you!
  3. That is what I was thinking, I also wondered if it might be spark plugs too? On any note, if I am correct, the crankshaft Position Sensor is in the lower rear of the engine, between the starter and the transmission housing? Thanks for the help
  4. I own a 2006 Dodge Charger R/T 5.7 V8 Hemi. So currently, my car hesitates and pulses when I accelerate. It idles fine. Here is the sequence of events leading up to today. After I bought the car, it wouldn't pass emissions because the check engine light was on reading a P018, so I replaced the Oil temperature sensor, as advised, and that fixed the problem. I drove it around normally for about a week with no problem. Last Wednesday, I was accelerating onto the highway, and through the accidental easy mistake of "bump shifting" the vehicle into 1st gear instead of 2nd, the car's engine shut down and stopped working. The check engine light came on right away as well. Two minutes later the car started and seemed fine. However, when I tried to go for hard acceleration, it seemed to misfire. I could drive normally without any problem; it was just when I tried to accelerate quickly. I went to AutoZone to see what the codes were. They were P0198, which referred yet again to the Oil Temperature Sensor (High Circuit Detected); P0300, random misfire; and a P0339, in reference to the Crankshaft Position Sensor. The guy at Autozone said that Oil Temperature Sensor could be the issue or that there was some flawed wiring, but I'm not sure. Tonight it would hesitate off and on, but nothing major. So sometimes when you push hard on the accelerator, it pulses. And a few times you didn't even have to push that hard. I should also mention that it revs just fine when the car is in park, no issue at all. Anybody got any tips?