Hey guys, heres my badluck...
I had a wire taped into the #7 coil wire to get a tach signal for my wideband.
Sooner tonight, this wire unplugged from the wideband unit and touched the metal of the car it stalled. It stumbled a bit before stalling, and wont start again..
I got a p2320 code (#7 coil related)
Do you think the PCM is fried? I tried to unplug and reconnect the coil plug and I removed fuse #11 but car still wont start...
I removed the wire from coil wire, but no luck so far getting the car running... my bed is its PCM, Any clue? Car is sitting in a 24/24 restaurant parking lot right now, I guess I'll have to get it towed to the dealership tomorrow to check either for coilpack or PCM issues.
Is it possible that #7 injector went bad before car stalls and that it ran out of fuel? Hope not...
Thanks alot for any help guys,
2007 300 5.7 - Special thanks to Erik (hemi31) @ BFNY and Mike @ OST dynoFRI heads & cam / Paramount stall & flexplate / 3.91 Getrag / LMI true CAI / Eagle intake / JBA shorties / Catless mids / Borla catback / 6spd motor mounts / SLP 25% underdrive pulley / silver box / Konis & Progress Tech suspension / Hotchkis sways / Arrington strut brace
I had this happend, check ur fuses in the front. There should be a burnt out fuse, cant remember which one but check the ones that say 25 on them. Good luck
12.60@111 on 22's BIG THANKS TO LONNIE whitehemi
Also check the coilpack the wire was connected too. Most likely it shorted out and cracked open..(asked me how i know) lol..if it did they cost 36$ at the dealer
Thanks alot im heading to the car right now to double check fuses and inspect coils, finger crossed...
You were right!
Fuse #15 (20A) was fried and coil was cracked!
Bought a new coil and changedthe fuse,car started!
At first it was running weird (heard a ticking sound) but after turning engine off then restarted everythings fine... Any idea why this happened at first start-up after coil change?
Also, I remember Erik putting some sort of spray (lube?) On both parts of the coil that touch the pkugs, but I did not spray the coil with anything.. Still ok?
Sweeeeeeeet!!!!!! if it does'nt do it again i would'nt worry. Could be the plug was'nt connected right.. double check the plug to the coil. I know i had to change my plug due to a short i had a while back.. it cause my car to knock once in a while. We cut the old plug put a new plug from a use harness and knock was gone.. good luck.
Thanks again for your help! Its people like you that make those types of forums a great place to spend time at! Thanks for taking the time to answer my initial post! This problem may seem nothing for experienced guys here, but I'm kinda new to engine/mechanical stuff and since I was afraid it would cost me an arm and a leg I had a hard time sleeping last night lol! But now everythings fine and I was able to fix it by myself, so kudos to you man!
No problem bud, glad i could help.