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Bassplunker 06-01-2007 08:21 PM

Diagnostic Error Codes on 2005 SE 4cyl.
 
Ok, Thanks to your guy's help I was able to get the error code. The error code is: P 2074
Like before it was about 100 degrees and I was traveling about 75mph and my TJ jerked and lost power and the engine light went on and then it runs sluggish and bad. The last time it happened kept happening (Nov.06) the dealer couldn't figure out what the problem was so they replaced Oxy. sensors, computer, tighted vaccum hoses and other stuff. Now it's hot and it's doing it again.

1BLKJP 06-02-2007 02:20 AM

Looks like it's a problem with your MAP sensor. Either it's going bad or there something up with the pressure inside your intake.

Bassplunker 06-02-2007 10:44 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by 1BLKJP (Post 87393)
Looks like it's a problem with your MAP sensor. Either it's going bad or there something up with the pressure inside your intake.

Well, my invoice from last year says they found the same code: P2074 High flow vaccuum leak, and also says,

"Because of number of visits Called STAR and recommended to drive vehicle with CO-PILOT. Drove 76 miles, no event data. Freeze frame data shows BARO too low. Had like concern that PCM resolved concern. Contacted TECH ADV and was recommended that PCM/TPS/

My parts invoice from then says:
Sensor TH
Sensor MA
Module PO

Bassplunker 06-02-2007 10:47 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by 1BLKJP (Post 87393)
Looks like it's a problem with your MAP sensor. Either it's going bad or there something up with the pressure inside your intake.

Well, my invoice from last year says they found the same code: P2074 High flow vaccuum leak, and also says,

"Because of number of visits Called STAR and recommended to drive vehicle with CO-PILOT. Drove 76 miles, no event data. Freeze frame data shows BARO too low. Had like concern that PCM resolved concern. Contacted TECH ADV and was recommended that PCM/TPS/MAP be replaced
My parts invoice from then says:
Sensor TH
Sensor MA
Module PO

chucky cheese 06-02-2007 03:11 PM

It has to be something with 2005 4 banger. I had the exact same problem. It was in the dealer shop 3 times for 3 weeks at a time over a 1 year span. same thing, map sensor, vacume leak,ect.. The last time it went in when i got it back I saw that they changed all the relays in the box on the passenger side under the hood. also I noticed a sticker on the underside of the hood that says chrysler approved modifications done on such a such date before i owned it. The sticker was there but I never noticed it before but I saw that it had written on it that modification was done again on the date I had brought it in the last time. I bought it with 7000 miles on it in Feb 2oo6, it acted up at about 8200 miles, again at 8900 miles again at 9300 miles. since they changed the relays and did whatever the mod. was I haven't had a problem and I now have aprox 15000 miles. Also I never could get the dealer to explain what was done and what the problem is or was, bast***s

Bassplunker 06-02-2007 06:49 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by chucky cheese (Post 87493)
It has to be something with 2005 4 banger. I had the exact same problem. It was in the dealer shop 3 times for 3 weeks at a time over a 1 year span. same thing, map sensor, vacume leak,ect..

What's strange is it didn't do it for 6 months but as soon as it got over a 100 degrees here it starts acting up again. I'll mention your post to the dealer though. Hopefully it will help. There IS a leftover new Unlimited for a great price at the dealer but it seemed so big.

dwdrums801 06-03-2007 12:45 AM

my tj makes weird sounds when it gets over 90 here in ny....weird carss

Bassplunker 06-13-2007 05:14 PM

So I bring it to the dealer again (5x's now) with the engine light on again and show the service writer the error code that's still in memory. They call me two days later and say to come pick it up and bring it back the following week because the Regional Manufacturer Technician will be in to look at it. They call me last night and say to bring it in again so I do. They call my wife today and say to come get it. I call them and ask them if they did anything. They say no, but Chrysler is aware of the problem and they should come out with a fix sometime this year. I say, "So I'm just supposed to drive a car that freaks out every once in a while." They say Yup.

Triple88a 06-13-2007 05:18 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Bassplunker (Post 91481)
I call them and ask them if they did anything. They say no...."So I'm just supposed to drive a car that freaks out every once in a while." They say Yup.

Very helpful arent they? I bet you feel so safe in it knowing it may go wild once in a while on its own.. :really:

Bassplunker 02-16-2011 07:48 PM

Well, the problem went away for a couple of years but happened again (like usual on a hot day going up a long steep road). Took it to the Jeep dealer and they wanted to do exactly the same thing they had already done that, of course, didn't remedy the situation. I told them that and they said it was misfiring too so I should get a tune-up. $330 for plugs and wires? LOL. Got a Lemon Law Attorney and Chrysler bought it back from me (and reimbursed me for the tune-up, and my Bestop Slider windows and the tow hitch I installed). Luckily when it first happened and I took it in there were only 7k miles on it so they only deducted that from the sales price. Drove it for 5 years for about $800 (plus maintainance). I should have listened to my pledge after my Lemon F-150 4x4 that I'd never buy another car except a Honda or a Toyota. LOL. Now I'll be looking for a short bed Tacoma 4x4 with 4 cyl.


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