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wazzuuuupppppp 07-25-2012 08:50 PM

05 limited hemi help??????
 
hello all i have a 2005 limited hemi has 105000 has had code p0452 for a while just recently the truck has been stalling wile driving and not setting any codes now when you get on the throttle a lil bit the jeep starts bucking like its running out of gas then goes into limp mode and wont go over 1500 rpm or the cel will blink and only go to 3500 rpm and throws out like 5 codes po522, p0300, p0339, p0642, p2122 it had couple more but forget what they were i thnk p1618 any help would greatly be appreciated need to fix this as it is doing this all the time now just unsafe to drive

dr.lee.baugh 07-25-2012 09:34 PM

Re: 05 limited hemi help??????
 
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Originally Posted by wazzuuuupppppp (Post 661464)
hello all i have a 2005 limited hemi has 105000 has had code p0452 for a while just recently the truck has been stalling wile driving and not setting any codes now when you get on the throttle a lil bit the jeep starts bucking like its running out of gas then goes into limp mode and wont go over 1500 rpm or the cel will blink and only go to 3500 rpm and throws out like 5 codes po522, p0300, p0339, p0642, p2122 it had couple more but forget what they were i thnk p1618 any help would greatly be appreciated need to fix this as it is doing this all the time now just unsafe to drive


The P0452 is likely not related to the drivability issue you are describing as that relates to the natural leak vacuum detection circuit being stuck closed (an evap code).


A flashing CEL usually means there is a mis-fire condition - running it like that may destroy your cats.

P0522 is low oil pressure
P0300 is multiple cylinder misfire
P0339 is an intermittent crankshaft position sensor
P0642 is a reference voltage being low (the primary 5 volt)

Based on everything showing up at the same time, I would lean towards an electronics malfunction - maybe the PCM or battery related issue but those are just guesses.

I certainly wouldn't try and drive it like that and unless you are very comfortable with vehicle electronics, it may be a tough one to trouble shoot on your own...there is likely an order to test each of those codes that is important, that I don't know.

Good luck! Hopefully someone else can add to the discussion.

wazzuuuupppppp 07-25-2012 09:53 PM

Re: 05 limited hemi help??????
 
i should be a little more specific the flashing cel and limp mode light (red lightning bolt)up my wife says she notices it acting up more when there is less than 1/4 tank.some times it starts bucking and you can hit the throttle and it will come out of it or it will just stall. had friend of mine who has a garage does not have a scan tool for this only till 03 he is also stumped

Garcia 07-26-2012 12:26 AM

Re: 05 limited hemi help??????
 
mine was doing the same last week at 107xxx it would want to die on me like if i ran out of gas and it actually turned off once or twice with no codes and i replaced the crank shaft sensor and its been good after that 7 days with no problems anymore and it marked the oil once to and stalled mines an 05 hemi

wazzuuuupppppp 07-26-2012 06:56 AM

Re: 05 limited hemi help??????
 
Replaced the crankshaft sensor(mopar) the other day no change

dr.lee.baugh 07-26-2012 08:43 AM

Re: 05 limited hemi help??????
 
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Originally Posted by wazzuuuupppppp (Post 661499)
i should be a little more specific the flashing cel and limp mode light (red lightning bolt)up my wife says she notices it acting up more when there is less than 1/4 tank.some times it starts bucking and you can hit the throttle and it will come out of it or it will just stall. had friend of mine who has a garage does not have a scan tool for this only till 03 he is also stumped


Like I said, the flashing check engine light is usually indicating a more serious problem than when it is simply lit - most often because of misfires that will cause permanent damage to the catalytic converters.

The lightning bolt, if I recall correctly, is indicating the fly-by-wire electronic throttle control has also detected a problem. This too can be either lit or flashing. If it is lit, it is usually still driveable. If it is flashing, you are going to experience driveability issues like elevated, rough, or erratic idling and engine stalling. It is not an indicator that the transmission is in limp home mode - this is indicated by the gear indicator staying in 3, regardless of the selected gear.

I'm no expert, but it sounds to me like your vehicles electronics are really acting up. Almost all of the codes you are reporting have to do with sensors malfunctioning and poor electrical conditions, with the remainder (like cylinder misfires) being a result of those electrical issues. I do not think the level of gas in the tank is related to these problems, and it is likely a coincidence.

Although I love to take care of most problems with my vehicle myself, this sounds like one of those cases where you will be better served taking it to a shop that can properly read and diagnose the codes. You have so many things going on, if you start replacing parts it could cost you a lot of money and time until you get the right one.

The one thing I would try myself is swapping out and/or testing the battery and checking the connection at the terminals - I doubt this is the cause, but it is an easy thing to do.

wazzuuuupppppp 08-02-2012 06:35 PM

Re: 05 limited hemi help??????
 
All fixed needed pcm reflashed all problems gone thanks for the help

dr.lee.baugh 08-02-2012 09:16 PM

Re: 05 limited hemi help??????
 
Glad to hear things worked out, and it was a relatively simple solution!


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