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near your crank pulley i would look there first or you can get a chiton repair and Maintenence manual for approx $20

2008 Dodge... | Answered on Jun 11, 2019


An impact usually works best. If it has the plastic cover on the front of the pulley, just use a small screwdriver or pick to remove it to get to the nut.

2008 Dodge... | Answered on May 09, 2019


go to auto zone library to get full directions

2008 Dodge... | Answered on Sep 04, 2018


The TIPM - totally integrated power module , suggest you call the dealer an see if your vehicle is covered under the factory recall.
Defective TIPM Is Causing Dangerous Power Problems in Chrysler Vehicles

2008 Dodge... | Answered on Aug 16, 2018


You have no clue of the complexity of these systems , controlled by the TIPM - totally integrated power module . Your best bet would be to take it to the dealer . Recall on TIPM . You do not have the knowlede to fix this .
http://www.dodgeproblems.com/trends/tipm

2008 Dodge... | Answered on Mar 01, 2018


If the plugs don't fix it then the piston rings inside your cylinder could have aligned. That would cause compression to be able to leak past the cylinder heads and give you low compression. Could also be a broken rocker arm or piston arm. The rocker arms are easy to change but to get to the piston rings and arms you have to dissemble your engine. Hopefully your new plugs will work. You could also get a spark plug gauge and crimp down on the plugs if the gap is too big if you really don't want to spend the money on new plugs.Basically you would put the spark plugs in the gauge and while it's there take something and push down on the head of the plug to crimp it back down to the right gap tolerance. Good luck to ya.

2008 Dodge... | Answered on Feb 17, 2018


Shift solenoids were stuck on. This could be caused by several issues. Speed sensor could be bad, throttle position sensor could be bad, etc. This is causing the car to go into "limp-in" mode. This causes the transmission to remain in 2nd gear to allow you to get to a repair shop. Have autozone clear the codes and see if it acts up again. Usually, limp-in mode can be stopped by stopping the car, turning it off, and re-starting it. Codes will remain stored in the computer until cleared by an automotive technician.

2008 Dodge... | Answered on Dec 29, 2017


Yes there is a second one inside.

Update: Usually they are located on the drivers side of the dash behind a panel. If yours does not have one there, then you have an Integrated Power Module only (which is the one under the hood). I have attached a owners manual link that has the fuse locations for what your looking for.

https://www.dodge.com/download/pdf/manuals/2008-Caliber-2nd.pdf

It is on page 351 of the manual. Hopefully that helps, if not get a hold of me!

2008 Dodge... | Answered on Dec 28, 2017


I would ck again, you might just be seeing the plastic housing for the wiring connection and missing the actual brass nut directly below that housing, place the socket slightly over the housing and ck. the fit by attempting to turn the socket by hand in either direction. If you experience a loose fit where the socket turns just a little, slip the socket down until it seats against the base of the sensor firmly and try turning again. I would expect the socket once it is seated all the down onto the nut you will feel no movement when attempting to turn by hand.

2008 Dodge... | Answered on Nov 20, 2017


That's baloney (?bologna?) with the negative cable re-setting.
First, let me ask by not start, do you mean it cranks and won't start, or it won't even crank the engine over?

If it cranks and won't start, suspect a gas or spark problem. Check the fuel pressure and the injector circuit for a fuel problem, then check the ignition circuit for a spark problem.

If it won't even crank the engine over, it could be a wiring problem going to the starter, or it could be a bad starter motor or starter solenoid (that is attached to the starter). After all, the starter that is in the car is now 9 years old (if never changed), and that could be the problem. Usually they give some hints when they begin to go bad, like slow acting, but not always.

2008 Dodge... | Answered on Oct 26, 2017


test and/or replace throttle position sensor

2008 Dodge... | Answered on Sep 14, 2017


Check the hose going to the pvc valve,could be leaking.

2008 Dodge... | Answered on Jul 05, 2017

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