so yeah, when i change the plugs and take the throttle body off and give it a complete cleaning, ill reply back with the results because i read in multiple forums that bad plugs cause feedback to the pcm
causing this issue.
in one of them a dodge specific mechanic spent 30 hours of diagnostic testing on a clients car that was having the same exact issue i was, and he changed everything the from steering sensor, tps
, coils, injectors, cam position, crank position, pcm
, canbus 1 and 2, pcm
and the accelerator pedal sensor and it stil had the issue.
he said all it ended up being was the spark plugs. i read the thread at work and cant remember it 100% but he said something about when the factory copper plugs start to die out / before they actually missfire, that they cause a high resistance in the coil and it feedsback to the pcm
causing the problem.
in my hemi / all the hemi's, one big coil controls both of the plugs per cylinder, so it kinda makes sense..
any thoughts on this / ever come across something like that?