Hi, I own a 00' dodge caravan 3.0 and have a problem I'm traying to solve, it is giving me de code p0206 it is a problem with the injector #6 control circuit, so far I have cleaned the injectors + changed the O rings on all of them, it starts ok then when it's getting a litle hot it acts crapy doesn't want to respond normally to acceleration and the check engine light comes on giving the same code. While idling I unplugged the conector to cylinder #6 and tested voltage it reads: 1.2 volts idling I accelerate de engine with the volmeter still plugged in and it increases the voltage from 1.2 to 9.9; I plugged the conector back and unplugged the one to cylinder #1 (those are the only ones I could check) and plugged the volmeter and got this readings: 0.89 V. Idling and going up to 19.7 Volts with acceleration. How do I check if this is not caused by a bad PCM? Or could you give me any idea on what to check next? Maybe you could provide me with the electric diagram to the PCM and specs. If you could help me I will really appreciate it and will wait my next disability check to share it with you. Thank you very much and God bless you all.
Friday, December 16th, 2011 AT 7:24 AM