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the code is for the Circuit Area Network bus or CAN, relates to loss of communication with radio, this module uses the radio to recieve information from other various sensors etc, it should not have any impact on the vehicles operation , need to have it checked out by auto electrician

Dodge Cars &... | Answered 39 minutes ago


If was the coolant then would think that a hose has blown , need to run engine and check where leak is from

Dodge Cars &... | Answered 2 hours ago


Believe it or not it sounds like just bad battery or dirty battery terminal connections. Be sure to remove the terminals from the posts and wire brush inside the terminals and the outside of both posts. If you've already cleaned them then bring it inside the garage and put it on a battery charger on low, 2 amp charge, overnight. If it still doesn't start then remove the battery and take it to a local parts store. They can load test the battery and tell you if it's any good before purchasing a new one. Usually, on the side of the battery there will be a tag with a letter and a number. Say, G-4. The letter is the month, A=Jan, B= Feb, C=Mar, etc and the number is the year. 2=2002, 3=2003, 4=2004, etc. If your battery is more than 5 years old, just go get a new one and start there. ALL parts of these newer cars need full 12.5 volts to start, run and function.
I hope this helps

Chrysler Cars &... | Answered 4 hours ago


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Cars & Trucks | Answered 4 hours ago


I believe three bolts holds the solenoid to the front top of the transmission and there is a metal plate with 2 gaskets. Usually the gaskets are just stuck in place. Before you remove the solenoid be sure to take a long neck blow gun and blow out behind the solenoid as dirt and debris tends to pack in there. once its clean, remove the wiring, remove the bolts and take a small pry bar and rock the valve pack away from the case. Once it starts to move you should be able to rock it back and forth lightly til it lifts up and off the tranny. Clean with a razor blade, trying not to let any gasket paper fall into the holes and then install the new pack. I think you have to re-use the metal plate so you'll have to scrape the gaskets off that also.
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2001 Chrysler... | Answered 5 hours ago


2.2? 2.5? 2.5turbo? or 3.0 v-6?
In any event you can hook up a scan tool to these cars and read the engine coolant temperature as it is running and warming up but you will need the old Chrysler style scan tool. There are 2 sensors in the head. One is for the guage and 1 is for the computer to use for the computer to run the fan and control the engine timing, etc. To get a scan tool, which are fairly small, Chrysler products used a Miller one called C4805. To buy one on ebay might be over a hundred bucks but if you go to a Chrysler dealer there may be a mechanic with one in his box. No mechanic likes to lend tools out,(We never get them back), but maybe offer him $20.00 and leave him with your drivers license so he knows you'll be back. It has a small black connector that hooks up under the hood, usually at the firewall on the passenger side and you'll be able to watch and see what the actual temperature is doing when the guage jumps.
Hope this helps.

Chrysler Cars &... | Answered 5 hours ago


OMG, sell the Jag & get a BMW, or Mercedes. Jag has worst service reputation.

Jaguar Cars &... | Answered 5 hours ago


What color is the liquid? Brown/amber -oil. green - coolant. Clear with a distinctive smell not too offensive - brake fluid.(very bad) If the fluid eats away paint its brake fluid. how is ur brakes working?, pedal don't feal right? its brake fluid. Is brake fluid low in master cylinder resivour?

Dodge Cars &... | Answered 5 hours ago

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