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Dodge Intrepid

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  • Karen_SKaren_S Posts: 5,092
    edited April 2012
    I'm not a mechanic, but my sources say the PCM or Powertrain Control Module is under the air box. You'll see it next to the frame rail by the engine. You might want to check all the fuses to see if that could be the problem.
  • RUN RUN RUN away from it I just bought one it is a nightmare won't start, won't stay running when it does, gauges go nuts transmission won't shift at times and there is a recall om the floor shifter park/ignitions, BE AFRAID
  • I bought a 99 Intrepid the car does crazy things, 8 times out of ten won't start won't stay running when it does start, the other day after 5 hours of not starting the speedometer didn't work gas needle flipping up and down and would not shift, and all of sudden down shifted hard and every thing went normal, next day would not start again, Replaced cham censor and auto shut down relay still no fix, there is recall on the floor park shifter/ignition device any suggestions?
  • I have a 2000 Dodge Intrepid. I love the car, never had a problem. it has 117,000 miles on it. Went out one morning to run some errands and it was running great. Later that afternoon went back out & and got an immediate check engine light. Ran the scanner on it, got a P0203, The #3 fuel injector. Bought new fuel injectors, tested it by hooking to battery and it sprayed. Put everything back together, changed plugs, tested coils, cleared the error message with the scanner... Same problem, Engine light, P0203. Thought maybe it was the pigtail. Took it apart again, put a new pigtail on it, Cleared the code....and DANG, P0203!! Finally did something that I should have done in the beginning and saved myself the headache.. Tested the continuity... No Problem there. So now my guess it is the PCM. Local dealership said they could program a pcm for $75, Which I am willing to pay but not sure if I should take mine out and have them try to RE-Flash program it or go to the yard and pull one. Dealership said it needed to be an exact match for it to work while others said that there were a couple of interchangeable. Thoughts :sick: :sick: and help please... Tired of running on 5 cylinders. Thanks!
  • tkfitz1tkfitz1 Posts: 36
    Three years and no posts....tells me something. I finally said goodbye to my old 2000 Intrepid. 15 years, and about 250000 miles and she was totaled. Hit from the side so hard that the dashboard got bent over, windshield smashed etc.....A good old strong girl-I was fine. She will be missed. The original drive train ran like a top. She still gave me 30 mpg, and was a great comfy commuter. Too bad it had to end this way.
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