Last post on Jul 28, 2013 at 3:56 PM
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#222 of 231 Re: PROBLEMS!!!!!! [davis27]
by KCRam@Edmunds HOST
Dec 26, 2010 (6:03 pm)
Turn signals and hazard lights are intentionally on separate circuits. Your turn signals not working could be as simple as a bad flasher on the fuse panel.
The draining of the battery should be checked with a meter while the engine is off to see if there's anything "running" that shouldn't be.
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#223 of 231 Re: engine number location [kayj]
Jan 03, 2011 (8:09 pm)
the number is on the side of the block
#224 of 231 Re: PROBLEMS!!!!!! [davis27]
Jan 03, 2011 (8:15 pm)
usually it's a bad alternator, but it could be the wiring between the alternator and the battery
#225 of 231 2005 Magnum R/T Fuel problems
Aug 30, 2011 (9:54 am)
#226 of 231 2005 Magnum R/T Fuel problems
Aug 30, 2011 (9:54 am)
My 2005 magnum R/T is giving me fuel problems. At times when I put injector cleaner in the gas tank I get a mileage reading of 435miles...then the following time I fill it up I get less miles. i get like 265miles....anyone got any advice?
#227 of 231 Dodge Magnum stalling
Oct 25, 2011 (3:55 pm)
I bought my 2005 Dodge Magnum in '05 with only 400 miles on it. I have had only 1 issue and that was a simple replacement of the headlight switch ($49) due to interior lights flashing and cutting out. Everything else has been perfect until 1 week ago when my car began to randomly stall. It seems to happen at lower speeds and will run fine for a couple days before symptoms return. I have had error codes P0335 (cranshaft sensor) and P061c (electronic throttle control 2nd RPM). I have seen some similar symptoms in this forum but everyone seems to receive different remedies from their dealer (and they don't seem to resolve the problem). I don't want to get into the game of having my dealer troubleshooting and replacing good parts. Has anyone had this problem and truly found a repair. Please help me if you have.
#228 of 231 Re: Dodge magnum R/T shuts off when driving please help [frenchmichel]
Nov 25, 2011 (11:06 am)
You do realize that the Dodge Magnum is essentially a Dodge-bodied Mercedes E class, right?
#229 of 231 Re: Dodge Magnum stalling [dmagnum2005]
Dec 30, 2011 (7:23 am)
Our 05 Magnum started doing this about a year ago. After some research, we found it was the gas tank - if we filled the tank, it would stall at stops or low speeds. If we open the cap and relieve the pressure a few times or just don't fill it completely, it is ok; haven't had the problem since doing that. Who knows why it started doing it at all after a few years tho...
Oct 24, 2012 (8:07 am)
Any advice with this post is greatly appreciated. I own a 2006 Dodge Magnum SXT, and I have changed every oxygen sensor on it. However, the check engine light still remains on, but that is not my primary concern. About a week ago, my car was hesitating to start, so, I had the battery tested and it needed to be replaced. I did that, but the other problem that really concerns me is that they have a light on the dashboard of an electric bolt, and it is flashing at all times. I read that means that your vehicle needs servicing immediately. My problem is that I have fixed many things myself on the car because people just try to rip you off, but I am clueless as to where to even start with this. I am also getting terrible fuel usage, and my car seems to not accelerate any faster then 75 mph. Could this possibly be the catalytic converter? The reason I ask that is because it has been mentioned to me before. Once again any advice is much appreciated.
Jul 28, 2013 (3:56 pm)
I have a 2005 Dodge Magnum that I bought new with less than 100 miles on it. I now have over 220k on it and it's been doing great until the past 6 months. The problems got worse today. I need some help on what to do. I'm on a VERY limited budget, would like to fix whatever I can myself. As you can tell by the mileage, this is my only vehicle, I can't afford to have it in the repair shop nor can I afford costly repairs. So here's the issues. For the past 3 months, the car has been stalling. Its usually when decelerating or coming to a stop. I don't lose power anywhere else, the radio and ac still work fine. But the RPM's drop to zero so you know it's off. Throw it in neutral, quickly refire and keep going. There's no rhyme or reason behind it other than the stalling usually happens when decelerating or stopping. A couple of times I have pulled to red lights and noticed that the temp gauge is on C and the fan is running constantly but I have been on the road long enough that it shouldn't be cold. So turn it off and turn it back on and the gauge is fixed. So yesterday I pull out of a gas station and onto a side road and it died before I got to the stop sign. So a good Samaritan helped me get it pulled into a lot and jumped me off. Went to Sam's and bought a new battery. Seemed to fix that issue. But the RPM's are all over the place, hitting the gas in park doesn't immediately rev the engine. Hitting it very softly will sometimes rev the engine VERY high. I will say the car doesn't stall as much when the ac is off. So I took it to have the codes read and came up with four different ones. P0116 (engine coolant temp), P0562 (System Voltage Low), P0700 (Transmission Control System) and U1403 (something with the gas system). Today I browse some forums and they say to pull fuse 11. Did that and now the car will start and turn off very quickly. It won't stay running. Kept playing with it and finally got it to stay on but before I get to the end of the drive way it's dead again.
HELP!!! What is causing my issues?!?!?! I know I need to do some general maintenance to the car like spark plugs but would that cause all these issues???? Any and all advice is welcome.