REPLACED HEADGASKET AND A FEW SENSORS BUT CAR WILL NOT START
2001 Chrysler Sebring
March, 30, 2012 AT 9:57 PM
2001 Chrysler Sebring with a 2.7L dohc engine, we have replaced the crankshaft positioning sensor, the cam shaft positioning sensor, the fuel pump relay, knock sensor between the heads (we broke it during Right bank head removal), have check all the fuses and they are all still good. Have checked the fuel pump and it is good. Have tried jumping terminals 30 and 87 on ASD relay with no success. We are getting codes P1684 (Battery has been disconnected within last 50 starts), P0700 (Engine speed to high), and P0725 (transmission malfunction, check speed sensor). Codes pulled by Actron/OBD II Code Scanner. When turning the car over the tachometer is showing that it is turning at about 2000 RPMs, It use to show around 200 RPMs and was really fast to start up, and the starter just went out last night while trying to crank the car (bendex engages the flywheel but will not turn the engine). We are getting an initial burst of fuel from 2 or 3 injectors and then only on the number 6 cylinder. We have no spark on any of the coil packs have tested each one to verify they work and they do. What could be causeing the car not to start up besides the starter going out?