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:smileyvault-newhere. Hey guys, Im Bobby and as you can see I am new to the site. I have a 2000 Intrepid, 2.7 that was running fine, water pump went out. Did everything correctly replacing the water pump, chain and retimed entire system, (crank and both sides camshafts). After replacing valve covers, coil packs and intake vehicle will not start. Ran diagnostics and the codes that are showing are PO352, 353, 354, and 355. This would be Injector coil B through injector coil E if Im not mistaken. I have power at the auto shutdown relay but no power on the 20 amp injector/coil fuse in panel under hood. Can anyone help me with figuring this thing out. Thanks so much in advance. Peace
 

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Download the FSM (http://www.dodgeintrepid.net/showthread.php?t=94402 - you want the '01 FSM - closer to your year than the '02 FSM) and look at the schematics for the ASD relay. The coil and contact of the ASD relay are fed by Fuse N. You say you have voltage at the relay, so Fuse N must be good. Fuse S connects the output of the ASD relay contact to the fuel injectors and ignition coils. You don't say which sided of Fuse S doesn't have voltage. If voltage at input side but not output side, then Fuse S is blown. If no voltage at input side of Fuse S, then either the ASD relay is bad, or one of its terminals is not making good contact with the relay socket.

Note that Fuse T also is fed by the ASD relay contact. That powers the alternator. Check if it has voltage.

BTW - those codes are for low ignition coil current on cylinders 2 thru 5. Goes along with no voltage on that fuse (powers ign. coils and fuel injectors). You should have gotten P0351 and 356 too, but whatever. :)
 

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Thanks so much, the manual is much needed, I will check these things and see if it fixs the issue. The 20 amp fuse S for injectors doesnt have power on either side neither does fuse T so Ill start from there and work backwards. Thanks again so much for your info.
 
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