THX for all your replies. Interesting that the code description you give Bill is different than on the code description sheet they printed from the Internet.
Your desc seems more reasonable. I've now been on a trip of about 1, miles and no return of the engine light.
I found a note in my owners manual that a steady engine light may go off after about 5 starts. It says there is no immediate concern if the engine lamp is steady, but if flashing shut down immediately.
Twist a few strands together for the big holes, and just use 1 year, slightly kinked up, for the smaller holes. They are the first to clog and are designed of the majority of the attention. The pilot vehicle outlet: And the transition outlets. These track for more fuel to enter the engine than just the full and help smooth the transition to the midrange, which is used by the needle. These aren't pointed to, but are driving just under the brass butterfly valve in the center: Take the everyday cleaner and, using the straw, squirt fluid into every hole.
Now I'm wondering why this lamp came on with a simple oil change. Did they start the car without replacing something?
The key dance doesn't seem to work on this car. It did on my '95 Concorde so I tried it.
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The code description I gave was copied right out of the FSM. People often have trouble getting the key dance to work.
I'd like to see a pic if ya have it. I am getting brown leather on the sporty, so to dealer I would like to throw this badlander on.
I don't know if that feature was removed in later production years - I don't recall that being stated by anyone who knows for sure on the various LH car forums. Often after it is discussed for a while, the person who started the discussion because they couldn't get it to work reports back that they tried again and it worked, often with no mention if they determined that they weren't doing it right or not.
Make sure you are using the correct positions of the ignition switch 'Off' - meaning steering wheel unlock, and 'Run'.
The check engine light on a Chrysler illuminates when the engine experiences trouble and triggers an error code stored within the computer. It's inadvisable to.