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#72 of 118 Re: Engine Stalls while stopping (2008 Jeep Liberty) [dletourneau]
Mar 24, 2010 (12:28 pm)
In the logic of the vehicle you only get an error code when something unexpected happens once a pre defined condition is reached. Try shifting into Neutral just before applying the brakes; if this doesn't stall the engine I would guess there is a transmission fluid pressure sensing issue or a missing mechanical interlock signal from the hydraulic distributor (gear selector). In a more practical world I would start looking for a bad connection between the tranny, shifting solenoids and controller
#73 of 118 05 Jeep Liberty CRD
Mar 26, 2010 (9:47 am)
Hi, I am having some trouble with rough running at start up. I am wondering if I have the EGR trouble. Does any one know what error code is thrown by the "free" readers at autozone when a CRD is having EGR issues. I can see that the dealer will take me for a ride if I play the pay for read game. I would like to find a used "bad" EGR valve that I can tinker with to better understand this exhaust divert system. I also think there is a solenoid I need.
#74 of 118 Re: 05 Jeep Liberty CRD [redriver65]
Mar 26, 2010 (4:43 pm)
#1 my dealer will only charge 1/2 hour labor for initital diag. This is the case with most dealers. Possilbly I could see 1 hour due to it being a deisel. #2 Do you know what is involved in changeing an EGR valve on one of these? Not easy at all and I've got 15 years + under my belt at Chrysler.
#75 of 118 Re: 05 Jeep Liberty CRD [dasboot72]
Mar 27, 2010 (1:43 pm)
I am not trying to bash dealers. I want to begin a learning process. I purchased the $90 manual (cd version). I have read the removal procedure. I called the dealer to ask about a code reader and they said I would have to go to Snap_on to buy one. Snap on site is showing a complex diag system. I was hoping for a hand held that would give decent info. My plan is to locate someone who has the EGR prob/ has read it at Autozone and knows what code the simple reader throws. If that matches, I will look into pulling my EGR and solenoid. The forums are filled with CRD owners having repeat probs from the EGR. I do not know if this is my trouble yet.
#1. I need to know the free code (Autozone)
#2 if a match I will find a EGR valve being thrown out or pull mine and determine why they go out.
#3 I need a spare PCV or solenoid same story on clean and rebuild.
#4I need to be able to reset my dash light.
#76 of 118 Re: 05 Jeep Liberty CRD [redriver65]
Mar 27, 2010 (4:31 pm)
I'm not sure what you mean by matching the code. Do you have a code? You can get codes to display on your odometer by going key on-off-on-off-on. Then any P codes will be displayed in you odometer. If you can get the code or codes you have post them and I will let you know what they are. If you are looking for a cheap code reader I bought a 99.00 one from Mac tools that not only gives you codes and definitions but some basic engine data such as coolant temp, tps volts, O2 sensor volts, etc... I think Sears may also sell something similar.
#77 of 118 P1263 Fuel Air Metering
Mar 28, 2010 (11:53 am)
I have a 2006 CRD with the check engine light staying on. I bought a code reader and got code P1263, Fuel Air Metering. I subscribed to AllData for my vehicle, but could not find this code. Any idea what this is and what to do about it?
#78 of 118 Re: P1263 Fuel Air Metering [lasersailor]
Mar 28, 2010 (3:45 pm)
Hi, I am a Dodge, Chrysler, Jeep technician. I looked up that code in Chryslers system and it does not exist. Your code reader may have a problem reading DTC's from the diesel engine controller.
#79 of 118 Re: P1263 Fuel Air Metering [dasboot72]
Mar 28, 2010 (6:29 pm)
Thanks. Can you recommend a code reader? I got an Actron CP9175.
#80 of 118 Re: P1263 Fuel Air Metering [lasersailor]
Mar 29, 2010 (8:10 am)
I usually am using a factory scan tool but I do own a MAC tools code reader that also gives some basic engine data such as coolant temp, tps, O2 volts, etc. That was about 100.00. Have you tried to go on-off-on-off-on with your ignition key and see if the codes show on your odometer. I can't say with 100% certainty that it will work on a CRD Liberty but it might. Again, let me know the code and i'll give you real Chryslere info on it.
#81 of 118 Re: P1263 Fuel Air Metering [dasboot72]
Apr 02, 2010 (7:25 pm)
I went to Autozone and the code is P1265. The text was " mfg control fuel air metering". I went to the dealer in my area. They seem to be having trouble finding the code. If anyone can make sense of this let me know.