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Old 08-02-2010, 05:20 PM
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Default 2003 PT Cruiser P0352 & P2305

his one is about to cause me to sell my tools and get out of the business. The customer brought it in after spend too much money at another shop. They had a engine replaced, which believe it or not fell out as the lady came to a red light. The complete drivetrain fell out. They tell me that since the engine was replaced they have had a problem with rough running. When it came to my shop I found the #1 spark plug and wire with carbon tracks. The #2 coil tower was corroded so we tuned the engine and replaced the coil. Drove the vehicl 10 miles and returned it to the customer. They came back and said the engine light was flashing and the vehicle would not run over 25mph. At that time I found P0352. Tested the circuit and found nothing out of the ordinary. Drove it for 35 miles and returned it. Same thing only this time P2305. Each time it comes back I can start it and drive away. This time I kept it for several day and drove it every time I had to go out. 125 mile later after replacing the ASD relay I gave it back. they drove it 3 days and camr by to tell me it was finally right. That afternoon it was back. The codes keep swaping around. One time I get P0352 then P2305. I have checked the wiring the connectors all that I can think of. I am not a Chrysler specialist and must be missing something. I have thought about replacing the can sensor but only because the MAC Mentor gave that as a possible fix. Please help me redeem myself.
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Old 08-02-2010, 07:48 PM
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Both those codes relate to the ignition coil circuit, coil "B" or coil "2".
P0352 relates to the primary side of the coil, P2305 relates to the secondary side of the coil. You may have gotten a bad coil, or possibly the wiring leading to the coil pack is questionable. With the engine having fallen out, the wiring could have been damaged easily.

If all that checks out good and solid, it could be the computer.

Best of luck on that one.
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