Seems to be a glitch and of no further consequence. They checked everything under the sun. Replaced fuse in F342 circuit. It's a faulty ignition switch. Van had to be towed.
Suggested resetting light and driving to see if light comes back on. Multiple trips to dealer for diagnosis with no answers yet. Since the cause of the warning light could not be determined by driver, van was taken to shop immediately. Dealer performed a recall on the flaky Wireless Ignition Node and we got three nice, new replacement key fobiks at no cost, which was nice. Spent hours trying to find the leak but to no avail. Valve covers leaking severely too. Pull it off and put is back on tightly.
The Dodge trucks from the late 90's to a few years ago had a similar issue. Chrysler has done me wrong I will never forget it. Probably because the cost twi … ce as much! During that time, it was happening almost every day. I have learned my lesson my next car will be a fixer upper from the junk yard from the 80's when Americas knew how to build a vehicle. I think dealer dishonest not letting him fix it. Replaced heater hoses and assembly. Shop diagnosed the problem as a leaking radiator and replaced the radiator and the coolant.
System losing about 2psi every 5 minutes on pressure test. Because of code P0456 the fuel filter neck assembly was replaced. Van had to be towed to the shop for diagnosis and replacement of the fuel pump module. Started happening the day after replacing engine battery. Ordered and replaced ignition switch. It has not happened for a few weeks now but since the dealership never did anything, it might happen again who knows. Just to the dopes wanting to leave a negative comment yes I am America born and raised 7Th Generation so I can say what ever the hell I want.
Possibly the coolant temperature sensor. Diagnosed as failed leak detection pump. My son and I replaced it in about one hour. Replaced and engine noise went away. Also no puddles under car.
I changed the radiator and hoses, high pressure heater hose and added the lost coolant. To interpret the error code, you can use a vehicle service manual or just get back on line. The car needs to be brought back again. Front cover bolt fell out at some point, leaving 2 other bolt and failure occurred. Two software updates were performed and problem has not recurred. Labor and diagnosis included in the total repair costs.
Shop also fixed cyl 2 exhaust bolt that went missing. Also replaced passenger side power window regulator on the same visit. Even though it was for a recall, it caused major problems with the car. It consists of clutch drive disc, driven disc, release bearing, clutch fork, cable, slave cylinder, master cylinder. Dealer noticed evidence of oil burning on spark plug so they rebuilt the heads. They kept it a day and fixed it, but we had to take it in several times because it would not do it for them.
I had never replaced a radiator on this vehicle before, so I had to figure a few things out. Overheats after an hour of driving. The purge valve is connected by a vacuum line to the intake manifold. Very poor quality in critical places and doesn't help their car reviews at all. Intermittent crank but no start; could not replicate. Dealer replaced - problem solved.
Water pump had minor leak. Original were beginning to arc in damp weather. Had coilpack, sensors, fuel pump, and fuel filter, among other things replaced. No longer burning oil 1 month later. Required 3 follow-up visits to fix outstanding issues. Driveshaft: Purpose is to connect the transmission to the rear axle.
Check engine light came on 1 day after getting it back from previous repair. Water pump had crystalized fluid and had been leaking out the weep port. Loose trim panel rattle in rear of van. Cause: Anti-freeze sprayed from broken hose. Coolant is usually about a qt low each time. Chrysler customer care paid for the repair. Approximately 1 quart every 2,000 miles.