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Dodge Sprinter, Dodge Sprinter Cargo, Van
#75 of 95 Re: Andtay [2005sprint]
Sep 13, 2010 (3:15 pm)
My Sprinter died completely after trying to accelerate. I could put it in drive, put on the gas, then it would die. It would restart each time though.
#76 of 95 06 Dodge Sprinter starts then dies
Sep 18, 2010 (4:37 am)
My sprinter starts momentarily, reaches 500 RPM, then dies. After a few seconds, try again, and same thing happens. Someone told me the computer needs to be re-programmed? Would appreciate some advice, before taking it to a service shop.
#77 of 95 Re: Engine dies at the most in-opportune time [wsummers]
Nov 14, 2010 (11:28 am)
My Sprinter is stalling in the morning when I put my foot on the brake pedal.
Did the instrument cluster FIX the problem?
#78 of 95 Re: Engine dies at the most in-opportune time [valiant]
Nov 22, 2010 (11:34 am)
I disconnected the CAN lines at the cluster.
DIDN'T fix the problem.
Tested terminal 15 at Cluster.
When it stalls it loses power at 15 at the cluster.
Need to trace 15 from the cluster and find its cause for loss.
#79 of 95 Sprinter Air Intake Issues
Nov 29, 2010 (12:33 pm)
I have a 2004, 2500 Sprinter. At first I would occasionally have a problem with it going into limp home mode. Shut it down, wait a few minutes and start back up and it was fine. I took it to a mechanic who scanned it and told me the turo resonator was the issue. I replaced it. Was fine for about 4 months. After a few hours of trouble free driving I made a stop. Upon getting back in it would not start. Eventually started, ran rough and stayed in limp home mode. Back to the mechanic, was told it was the Mass Airflow Sensor. Replaced that.. still cannot get it to run. In fact, I can get it started if I unplug the MAF sensor. It runs rough and spews lots of black smoke. I am at my wits end. Can anyone help me? What's left? the o2 sensor, the air intake sensor? PLEASE HELP.
#80 of 95 Engine starting problem 2003 Sprinter
Mar 08, 2011 (3:26 pm)
I have almost 300,000 miles on my 2003 Sprinter, I drove on the highway and the engine instantly stopped. Then I was trying to cranking and the engine looked as if it was trying to start, but couldn't. Then I was waited for a tow truck. After about 15-20 minutes I was trying to start again and it starts normally, it brought me home about 120 miles almost like nothing happened.
The next day in the morning it started normally and ran about 2 minutes and died. Now when I crank, I feel like it lost the cylinder compression. It looks like timing problem.
Has anyone had a similar problem? Is it possible that this engine, with this mileage can get a problem with timing? Any suggestions? Desperate for help!!
#81 of 95 Re: Engine starting problem 2003 Sprinter [niebrzydowski]
Mar 08, 2011 (4:14 pm)
My 2004 would start and run fine but if it stalled or if I turned it off at operating temp it would not start till I let it cool down Cam and crank sensors both bad. Replaced them now no problems hot or cold.
#82 of 95 Engine Failure 2005 Sprinter 3500
Jul 23, 2011 (3:03 pm)
Engine quit while driving then discovered a large coolant leak in reservoir. Had Sprinter towed to destination, now engine will not start. Solenoid does click, but starter will not turn the engine. Originally no codes, now MAF Sensor and a couple of others. Any help? At one point, however, I did remove one glow plug, and starter did turn engine, but would not crank.
#84 of 95 To all having problems with stalling sprinters
Aug 16, 2011 (5:29 pm)
This happened to me in N.Carolina and I managed to get it back to Michigan, and immediately my boss put our 2005 dodge in the local sprinter shop . Pete , our very expierienced mechanic picked up an engine wiring harness that he had taken out of another 2006 and showed me where the wires and the wire loom had melted, and said with surety upon listening to me as to what it was doing, that we probably needed a new engine wire harness that controls everything in the engine area. Well needless to say 4 hours later and $450.00 , and a melted wiring harness on the floor , My bosses beloved toy that he bought new was running without fail,and has been since
So the problem, with 75% surety, is to get your sprinter to a certified sprinter shop and have them check the engine wiring harness