How do I Fix a Code P0340 on a 1997 Dodge RAM?

Answer When the Check Engine light comes on, your auto mechanic plugs a ODB2 scanner into a plug that leads to the car's on-board computer. The computer will indicate what went wrong with a code. There ... Read More »

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Troubleshooting Code P0340 on a 2000 Dodge Neon?

Modern vehicles use on-board diagnostics (OBD) to monitor a vehicle's components, and to relay issues via OBD-II codes to a central computer. Different elements within the system produce different ... Read More »

'98 Dodge Dakota Check Engine Error P0340?

Error code "p0340" in your 1998 Dodge Dakota indicates there is no signal being relayed from the camshaft position sensor to the vehicle computer. This is a code that cannot be ignored and in some ... Read More »

How to Fix Code 734 on My 1997 Dodge Intrepid 3.5 Engine or Transmission?

The 734, or P0734, trouble code in your 1997 Dodge Intrepid 3.5 points to an incorrect gear ratio problem in your transmission. This is not necessarily a difficult problem to diagnose. In some case... Read More »

1997 Dodge Dakota 2WD Recall?

The 1997 Dodge Dakota was the debut model-year entry for the second generation of production for the mid-size pickup truck under Chrysler's Dodge Ram line-up. The vehicle--which includes its two/re... Read More »