Sep 02, 2017 P1243 - Inquiry Response Error - try reading codes again. They are giving me a number to allow me to purchase a new Jeep at employee cost, but, considering I bought a 2012 in 2016, I can't afford a 2017 model. The contact stated that the failure recurred twice. In addition, a burning odor was present. Make sure your ground straps are all good, and tight.
Still problem is existing for almost 2 years now. I am supposed to leave town in 2 days - round trip 400 miles. First place told us to change the spark plugs and wires, then to change the ignition coil to cylinder 1, second place changed the ignition coil for cylinder 1 again! If not, come back with detailed info and I'll try to help. This is not the first time I have had these issues. One day, the stalls were so bad I couldn't make it up the block. What a crock of crap. The vehicle was not able to restart.
Although I drove the jeep for three weeks and over 500 miles before I experienced any problem, I have recently had the following glitches, some of which are precisely the same symptoms as before engine shutting down. Car went straight and rolled to a stop. I was thinking it would be up to them to fix the problem if they were wrong but that is not what I am being told. The manufacturer was not notified. Turned it off and on and it worked fine the remainder of the day. They could have done more, but I have no way of knowing. Any ranges: Replace the control valve body, then go to Step 8.
I have already replaced the fuel filter and tried Lucas Injector cleaner. They claim to have checked the ignition switch and the pcm plug, but said that was not the problem. Now that the plugs are in take 24 inch zip cordes and wrap around the computer and the plugs you just plugged in. May take 30 seconds to 5 minutes of turning the key for the gauges to work. Been dealing with this for over a year now. But it's been known to fail at other times. They have done this to me with prior complaints.
Car stalled and lost all power. May 21, 2009 there is currently a recall being performed on altimas and there is also a updated crank position sensor check with your dealer for open recalls on your vehicle its just a phone call away have your vin ready located on left bottom of windshield if your facing it from in front of vehicle it is on lower right side of windshield - also look on driver door jamb. Vehicle stalled, causing steering to lock. I have replaced the crank shaft sensor twice. Even the Jeep dealerships have trouble finding or making harnesses for the older models. The Jeep is now stalling after approx. Thankfully I was able to remove some potential fuel for the fire by removing our second car from the garage also a Chrysler and securing the door between the house and garage.
The contact stated that the failure was intermittent. My Jeep started having problems very similar to the ones described here. Twice it happened while I was turning right, once while I was turning left on the highway. Same symptoms as shown below. This prevents a quick reaction to being stalled when slowing to enter or exit at an intersection. We don't know how many deaths are from this issue. I have dealt with Chrysler Customer Service too many times to mention, had several Case Numbers and had my Jeep into the dealership at least 10 times for this same problem.
Luckily I was not in the middle lane on i95. If the wiring harness is otherwise suspect I would not be surprised considering recent revelations on related models. At first it happened once or twice a week, now it is almost everyday. I changed spark plugs and cables, the cap and rotor, the ignition coil, and the starter, but kept having problems. Can you image a 747 jet liner having such crap loaded on it? I truly believe that if I could speak to the right person at Chrysler, this problem would taken a little more seriously and hopefully resolved. If this had happened at speed or on the interstate, it could have been life threatening. The only way I know the engine cuts out is that there is no response from the gas pedal and I lose power steering.
The dealership did a poor job of securing the relay, it was just hanging there and moving when ever the vehicle slowed or turned. When she pushed on the brake pedal, the Jeep died and she almost hit another car. If I knew where you are, I would send you a nice bottle of Whiskey. I can not find any details on what causes this error or how to fix it. You should see 12 volts there for one second after turning on the ignition switch. Save yourself a lot of dough, frustration as well as time by diagnosing and repairing this problem yourself.
The vehicle was not taken to be diagnosed nor repaired. That is why I prefer a private mechanic, so that I can talk to the human who works on my car. I'm doubting that now after reading other complaints. No Replace the solenoid that you could not hear a click sound, then go to Step 8. Before you start cleaning, disconnect your battery first. If it fixes it, great! You do not need to remove the connectors.