Found out what the problem is. Defective cam shaft from the factory. Apparently it had the smooth finish warn away and at idle it was very erradic. Talked to the original owner of the vehicle. Did everythng we did to it. Funny thing is it was a chrysler dealership and at the time it was under warranty 7yr/70,000 but they could not diagnosis it. Complete incompitense and they will not stand behind it now. But good news, the dealership that I bought it from is replacing the motor for free. Seems it cost less to do this than replace the shaft, clean out the filings of metal, replace pumps, ect. Got very lucky with this dealership. It's nice to know someone that stands behind their product. Oh, and the original owner will know about how bad he was treated and I bet that chrysler dealership looses a good customer.
Thursday, November 1st, 2007 AT 11:42 AM