I am hoping someone else has run into this issue and was able to resolve it. I have searched the internet and no matter how many times I search for 2010 Dodge Caliber, I only get results for 2007 Calibers.
We have a 2010 Caliber Mainstreet. Last year the engine light came on but the car was running fine. Had the codes pulled and it said codes P000A and P000B, Camshaft position 1 out of position. Needless to say, myself and the mechanics said there's no way it is out of position because it wouldn't be running right if at all and it was running great. I did an engine flush, changed the oil and filter, took out the camshaft solenoids and checked them (they were fine), then finally changed the Camshaft position sensor. Changing that sensor made the engine light go off and everything was fine...till now.
A year later, that dang light is back on again and throwing the same codes again. Car still runs great, as it did last time. I decided to go ahead and change the camshaft position sensor first this time because I bought the first one at a cheap auto parts store and this time I bought it from Car Quest. I put it in...no joy. Light is still on and the guy at the auto parts store with a n OBD scanner tried to clear the code and it won't go away.
Does anyone know why this might be happening? I've also checked online for the possibility of updates for the PCM but can't get a straight answer as to if there are any updates for the 2010 model. There are plenty of updates for the 2007 though. Lol!
Any help would be greatly appreciated as we need to get the car tags re-registered and it won't pass inspection with the service light on.
Thank you so much!