Hello, I have a 2011 Chrysler Town and country 3.6. on Friday night The van was running perfectly…

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Hello, I have a 2011 Chrysler Town and country 3.6. on Friday night The van was running perfectly fine. The next morning my husband did not use the van, but he tried to turn it on that night and he got to the entrance where we lived and then it just died less than 1/4 of a mile. It started stalling out, and riding really really rough where the entire front end was just shaking. When I got the chance to look at it it tends to stall out what it hits at about one RPM. Unless you're hitting the gas and rubbing it up it just dies. The codes that are getting thrown are p0300, p0303, and p0523. Now what I have done is the codes prior we're just the first to p0523 is brand new. at first I thought it might have been the spark plugs causing the misfire, so I changed the spark plugs and the coil plugs but not the coil pack. After finding that it was still causing the issue I changed the alternator, however that's still did not help that actually caused p0523. I have checked the voltage on the alternator and that reads 13.9. what could cause the rough idling, the stalling out, and all these codes? I'm just at loss right now. I also did swap the coil pack on cylinder 3 two cylinder 1 and vice versa to see if it would cause a code 4 cylinder one misfire and it did not. I also wanted to mention that all these codes are now permanent in the computer

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dil 89
dil 89

You have vacuum leak causing it to run lean that's where your power lose is coming from

Scotty Kilmer
Scotty Kilmer

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pray it's not a blown head gasket, I'd test that first. If not that, those tend to be electrical nightmares at that age, start testing all sensors and wiring for shorts.