mrbabb

I have a 2014 Dodge Grand Caravan R/T 3.6L V6 Flex. It has 134,000 miles on it. It has been a very good vehicle for us. I do have an issue that comes and goes. I will go thru periods when the engine will misfire just a little bit while driving from time to time. The check engine light will come on and remain on for a few days then goes off. I keep getting a P0016 and a P0300 code. I've had the spark plug's changed and I have taken the van into the Dodge Dealer to check out the problem. The Dealer can't seem to find the problem. I may be imagining things but it seems like the problem occurs more when the weather is cooler. This past summer, I don't believe the Check Engine light ever came on. Now that the temperature has dropped to fall temps, the light just came on, the other day, and is reporting the same two codes. I'm wondering if I should replace the Cam Sensor & the Crankshaft Sensor and see if that fixes the issue. What are your thoughts?

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Scotty Kilmer
Scotty Kilmer

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try those Sensor's but realized Chrysler products often have computer failures which are very hard to pinPoint