So my car has gone in to limp mode twice in the last week and a half. It starts with an acceleration from low speed with a loud clunk of the car button the next gear and then it goes in to limp mode. I have few mods. The only recent thing I've done is replace the air filter after accidentally crushing my last one. I guess I'll have to take it in to the dealer to figure out what's wrong. Also if anyone knows a better place to take it in/near Jacksonville NC that would be great since I e had problems with the Dodge dealership there.
2008 Brilliant Black SRT8
Option Group III
Lots of BT and BND
'I don't need to go fast, but I need to know I can go fast...'
Mine has done it twice too. Random. Can't explain it. Pulled over turned car off & drove on. Reset the CEL when I got home. There was no code stored.
Johan tune,LMI Hammer,BBK85mm TB, BB GP300X4 res del,180 tstat,tranzformer,MTCM,DC Sports front strut bar,speedlogix rear arched strut bar,stack sway bars,getrag lsd conversion,Ipod interface,hard wired V1,15% tint,yellow fogs,Black grill,catch can,upgraded 10" sub & kicker amp
When we say limp mode what are the symptoms? Mine acted like it was in neutral twice today and got a engine light with no code stored. Happened under the same scenario as yours JT.
07 Charger SRT-8
Procharger Stage II D1SC 8 psi
Arrington dual fuel pump
Ford 80lb injectors
1/4 mile: TBD
12.87 @ 108.83 CAI, 180 Tstat, 93 canned tune, street tires
Your sig says "Predator" so I assume you have a tune installed. If you do, the first thing you should do (if you haven't done so already) is restore the stock tune and see if that corrects the problem.
PPP stage 3 heads, Howards cam 219/227 .600/.575 112 +4, MMPG stage 1+ ported 6.1 intake & 85mm throttle body, LMI 4" true CAI, MSD "Blaster" coils, JBA headers & mids, Corsa exhaust, Paramount "Dominator" torque converter & stage 2 valve body, Tranzformer shift kit, BC Racing coilovers, Eibach sways, BWoody links, Razorsedge brace, 226mm Getrag 3.91 LSD, Wilwood "plus 2" big brake kit by TCE, Vossen CV3s & Nitto 420s, tuning by Robert Dito of Ditos motors