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Hey all new here. But not new to t&c. I have a 2008 t&c with the 3.8. I have a misfire problem on cylinder 2. Went thought all I know. I replaced everything but the wires. Lol. I have spark. The fuel injector is not firing. Checked power at the connector and continuity to the pcm. Replaced the cam and crank sensor and put a new pcm in. Still a misfire. Only thing I have not done is check if a got a bad injector. Its new but could be bad. Any help is greatly appreciated.
 

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If you have power with the key on and continuity on both wires to the PCM and still no injector pulse... the PCM's injector driver has failed. Toss a noid light on that injector's connector and run it a bit. If you see flashing, all is well and it is the injector. No flash means a PCM problem, assuming you were right about continuity.
 
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It's internal to the PCM. That means you would either need to ship it off to a place that repairs them, or get a new PCM.

Not very likely, but possible that a reman PCM had the same issue. Sounds like it must be the injector then. Guessing you don't have a noid light to test with? Swap locations and clear the code. If the misfire returns on #2, it's in the control circuitry (wires, PCM). If it follows the injector, that's the problem.
 

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Chrysler has it set so it disables the injector, but only if the engine light is flashing. It resumes once it stops flashing. So it can still wreck a cat if it's not missing hard enough to flash the light.
 
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