2005 chrysler town and country mpg




2005 chrysler town and country mpg

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    2005 chrysler town and country mpg

    2005 chrysler town and country mpg

    I ended up soaking it in penetrating oil, then running the motor till it was hot, then using a very long breaker bar to finally get it loose. I see all the posts about an ESP button but I dont know what that is or where it is. Now it is 6. It seems the junk keeps breaking wheels to keep you going straight etc and that is the problem.

    2005 chrysler town and country mpg

    2005 chrysler town and country mpg

    2005 chrysler town and country mpg

    2005 chrysler town and country mpg

    2005 chrysler town and country mpg

    Chrysler Town & Country MPG - Actual MPG from Chrysler Town & Country owners

    Asked by miletius Sep 04, at I am having a very poor gas mileage. Air filter, tires pressure and spark plugs are ok. I need to check the fuel filter, but the reading is to low and I am wondering what else could be. I dont have any code, can they be bad if you dont get a check engine light? What else can cause so poor gas mileage?

    Thanks for the responses. Jesse answered 8 years ago. I would definitely change the fuel filter. And it could be those other things you listed - O2 sensors or the cat. Dragging brakes can be a possible issue, as well as a bad reading throttle position sensor can be tested with a multimeter easily.

    2005 chrysler town and country mpg

    Do you have excessive weight in your van? That could explain the difference between highway mpg being good while the city mpg is not due to acceleration. A leaking fuel injector s could be a problem, or bad fuel pressure regulator. It could be a lot of things, but I wouldn't think you would need to worry about damage happening.

    If the O2 sensors or Cat converter gets really bad, you will get a check engine light, but they could still be 'bad' without it triggering the light as well. Wheel bearings can even reduce mpg by increasing roll resistance. Did you find out what was the problem? No visual leak, no weight.. Some o b d codes are whats called pending codes where the sensor is not having an all the time problem so it doesn't set the service or check engine light a restricted,or plugged catylist, o2 sensor can cause these issues.

    2005 chrysler town and country mpg

    Scan twice fix once,. Smathers answered 4 years ago. I fill up and i'm well off of the full mark with in 30 miles of leaving the gas pump, i so have a severe foul smell of rotten eggs from the rear tail pipe.

    I'm going to take it back to the Chrysler Dealer in the spring once weather breaks here, that is if the cost of gas don't break me first. Jesse answered 4 years ago. Raymond, it sounds likely it is your catalytic converter. Kelley answered 4 years ago. I just replaced the MAP sensor on mine and my gas mileage jumped back up to 18 in the city. Manie answered 4 years ago. I turned off the ESP and guess what?

    I get between 5 to 7 MPG more. It seems the junk keeps breaking wheels to keep you going straight etc and that is the problem. Jesse answered 3 years ago. I said nothing about tires BUT I did buy new tires and yes, they are the right size all the way around. I also did the trans fluid and filters, syn oil change and the , mile new plugs, etc since we bought this about 6 months ago.

    2005 chrysler town and country mpg

    Saving brakes, tires and my engine too Sadly I have to turn it off every time I start the van but hey, look at the money I save now. But thanks for the information as that is important too but just not my problem.

    I find it very odd that over and over I read about people trying to defend ESP and everyone else saying the same thing, wearing out brakes, tires and gas money over and over. Hummm, somehting is up there. I have a Dodge Grand Caravan and it is getting horrible gas mileage. I only bought it 10 months ago and tried to tell the dealership about it but i dont think they really cared.

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