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|03-03-2015 10:15 AM|
I've already found the best solution
Originally Posted by Chirpz View Post
This was my second go around with this pathetic company, for which I will take full responsibility, given my horrible first experience. I will also never forgive Daimler Benz, for abandoning me after luring me into another terrible Chrysler experience.
This should have been a safety recall. I hope everyone stays safe and does not suffer harm, but - if they don't - Chrysler deserves to be sued and made to bleed red.
For those on this board, I thank you for your advice when I asked for it. I also wish you the best of luck. Unfortunately, I think that you are going to need it, or be forced to pay outrageous sums to make your Chrysler vehicles safe.
|03-01-2015 11:17 PM|
Originally Posted by Jospwr View Post
These codes are not typical swirl motor codes so I would suspect something else.... you still have to deal with the SM if you have not already. Either use the resistor mod, or get the GDE tune. Either one does away with the swirl motor and its head aches. The Tune is the better option but its expensive.
If I am correct... the swirl motor is an environmental idea.... it causes the air in your intake manifold to swirl around when you are idling thus preventing a tiny bit of pollution.
|03-01-2015 11:12 PM|
Originally Posted by 1bat4u View Post
|03-01-2015 09:38 PM|
I just picked up a used 07 CRD WK
Apparently I got a LOT of reading to do!
|12-16-2013 06:22 PM|
I have some in canada for $40.00 includes shipping
|11-30-2012 12:04 PM|
|Radcrd||Unplug the swirl motor and see if limp mode goes away. If it does then the swirl motor is defective. You will get a CEL until you replace it or Tune it via GDE / Custom Spooling or use the resistor trick.|
|11-30-2012 11:17 AM|
Question: After finally replacing the tube and cleaning up the previously spiiled oil & MAF, if needed, how do I test the swirl motor or know if I have a problem with it?
I have a sinking feeling that I am overly thrilled with a relatively cheap replacement of a part that MAY have caused a much more costly replacement of the swirl motor!
I am due to receive the new tube with better seal on Dec 4th and will install it soon after.
Codes currently kicked: P0101 mass air flow sensor MAF & P0088 High fuel pressure
Engine goes into limp mode with ETC light under heavy deceleration or modest acceleration in temperatures under 65 F / 18 C.
Are the codes I'm getting only cause by the compromised original orange seal, or is my swirl motor already done in? How will I be able to tell?
|08-24-2012 07:42 PM|
|gemiller||What model racor/provents are people using and where did everyone get them? I'm ordering the updated intake tube next week and likely a oil catch system at the same time.|
|08-15-2012 09:05 PM|
Originally Posted by Support View Post
Anyone know how to start a class action lawsuit?
|08-14-2012 08:20 PM|
Originally Posted by Support View Post
The number is for National Highway Traffic Safety Administration NHTSA. If NHTSA receives similar complaints, it may open an investigation, and if it finds that a safety defect exists in a group of vehicles, it may order a recall and remedy campaign.
That is "safety" issues, not crappy design issues.
|08-14-2012 07:51 PM|
|Support||I spoke with Transport Canada and they informed me they want everyone to call in with their complaints about this defective part they have in their Cherokee CRD. They said calling them is the best approach. Call 1-800-333-0510 or (819) 994-3328 from Ottawa area. They also encourage all those from outside Canada to phone in to their national transportation department and file a similar complaint so they can start investigation.|
|06-18-2012 02:59 AM|
|cobogol||I think that more or less is the same.|
|06-14-2012 12:01 PM|
Originally Posted by suzieque View Post
And how exactly is it that burning old motor oil in the combustion chamber is better for the enviornment then dumping it down the exhaust?
|06-14-2012 11:54 AM|
Originally Posted by segona View Post
Also explained once that it does that as well as keeping ice chucks from going into the turbo.
|06-14-2012 11:06 AM|
Originally Posted by cobogol View Post
one CRD owner had put a "panty pad" where the shield is to absorb the oil.
whatever works for you I suppose.
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