the code P0123 means, Throttle Position Sensor/Switch A Circuit High Input. sounds like a wiring problem to me. I had the same problem with a 99 Toyota tocoma when i replaced it i had to reset the CPU. On a dodge you should be able to disconnect both batteries for 15 mins to 1 hour and it mite reset.
At a minimum the speedometer and odometer will cease to function. But most newer cars rely on the speed sensor for a lot of other systems and will activate a 'limp home mode' if the speed sensor fails and could affect things like the ABS system and the transmission.
do you know what it looks like you can go to www.autozone.com and look at it
Try warming the car by letting it run for a short time, but not letting it get hot. Also something like WD40 sprayed down in there overnight will help. Never Use WD40 unless you are absolutely sure the sensor is U/S. The silicon in wd40 will adversely affect the O2 sensor operation.
A camera uses a lens, just like the human eye, to focus light from an object onto the sensor or film.
A small engine...it will be in the farthest left gauge.
This happen to me.. and the answer is quite simple. Take to butter knives and insert them into the c/d slot opening like clamp the disk and pull out..
There is no such part as a piston sensor.
There is not one. Have to order it from dealer and install it
I don't really know the answer to this question but the Dodge Magnum was a good car. I believe it was discontinued. The same thing happened to other Dodge vechicles like: Neon Stealth Intrepid Spirit Stratus Lebaron Dakota Nitro Sundance Shadow Volare Dart Avenger Charger and Challenger.
The sensor will be round and about the size of a silver dollar. The sensor can be found beneath the passenger side dashboard.
The Charger did not return until 2006.
Crank sensor is in the top of the transmission housing at the back of the engine. Cam position sensor is in the distributor.
condensation undercarriage looks like leak
looks similar to the camshaft sensor, but it's located in the bell housing on the transmission on passenger side.
Sounds like the Throttle Position Sensor.
Firing order is 1-2-3-4-5-6