Engine idling in park
Check Engine code of P0404 (EGR)
Battery disconnect or a scan tool.
You will have to check in with Dodge.
No, it will not, design is much too different to make it feasable. For a 2000 intrepid you must use a 1998-2001 engine. Check out dodgeintrepid.net for a ton of info on these cars.
You may need to replace the power control module.
disconnect battery for 30 seconds
Check the trans for codes with a scanner and diagnose the code you get.
Charging system failure:::,check alt.voltage regulator is inside engine controller
Check the keyswitch.
That is the check engine light, see related question below.
Check the coolant level. Check the thermostat.
Valve clatter? Check oil level and pressure? Fuel mixture?
see link below, should look like the picture there.
If you fix the reason the light came on in the first place the check engine light will reset itself after a few drive cycles.
CAR WONT START Transmission may not shift. Check engine light could be on.
try replacing the thermostat
the crank sensor is on the passenger side of the car on the back of the engine. Check right up there by the transmission housing.
With a scan tool, or try turning key on, off, on, off, on and counting the blinks of the check engine light. blink, blink, blink, pause, blink would be 31.
That sounds like problem in the cluster. The high beam indicator is cross wired to the check engine light when it shouldn't be.
Trouble code P0432 means:Main catalyst efficiency below threshold
Have the trans computer checked for codes, and ask a new question about the code you get.
i kno how 2 check your oil ;D
A flashing check engine light is usually an indication of a misfire.
the camshaft sensor may be bad. It is connected to the driver side of the engine block, and you can check to see if that is the problem by turning the ignition on/off three times. On the third time, leave it in the on position, and the "service engine" light will begin to blink. It will blink twice, pause, then blink three times to indicate a "23", which is a code that can be called in to the dealer, or easily accessible in a Haynes automobile book.