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2007 dodge caliber problems

Discussion in 'Do It Yourself (Not Computer-Related)' started by Stevenmcclaren, Jun 2, 2018.

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  1. Stevenmcclaren

    Stevenmcclaren Thread Starter

    Jun 2, 2018
    I have a 2007 dodge caliber with 2.0 and am having I'm not sure if it is fuel related ignition related or computer related so here goes.it is running really bad will shutter and buck when you give it gas and idles really rough If you start it and start unplugging coils one at a time coils 2&3 will hot have any effect on the way it runs. If you unplug 1 or 4 the engine will start to die. If you turn the key off and restart it then it is just the opposite 2& 3 will make it die but1&4 have no effect on how it runs.I have had a new computer installed and the new electronic throttle thingy put on put in new plugs. Took it to garage they said catalytic converter plugged changed them no help. Any suggestions
  2. Drabdr

    Drabdr Moderator

    Nov 26, 2007
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    Hello Steven! Is the car throwing any codes? Can you get it read at Auto Zone or whatever is near you?
    What about the ignition coil? I did some research and that came up a few places.

    Sorry... I am not that familiar with Dodge vehicles. If you don't find helpful answers here, you might try some of the Dodge repair discussion boards. People with specific knowledge on those models may be able to help.
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