I believe so. Im not sure anymore. How would I check that.
I got an email from chrysler saying that there was no crank signal at the power train control module, and that since he suggested I try inspecting the water pump since it was newly replaced because it controls the timing belt in some manner.
". The message that we found was no crank signal at PCM (power train control module). The vehicle had parts that had been replaced on it including the distributor and water pump, the water pump on that vehicle also drives the timing belt which could explain the no crank signal."
Could this be whats causing it to not crank?
Wednesday, September 23rd, 2009 AT 10:51 AM