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Hey all, so I have the P1004 code on my '08 Charger SXT. I bought this car used and have been trying to clear this code for the past month. I installed a new runner actuator on the right side of the intake, but the code persists. Upon further research i found that some people have had success with cleaning the intake manifold runner valve (Dorman Part# 911406) on the left side of the intake, but when i went to clean it i found something peculiar, i dont seem to have this valve. Most pictures ive seen show a similar looking part to the actuator from the outside, complete with electrical connector (duh), but on my car there seems to just be a plastic cap. When i unbolt the cap it exposes where the valve should be, but theres nothing there. Also, i cant for the life of me find the second electrical plug for this valve. Is it possible that there are Chargers that dont utilize this valve? If so are there any other options for clearing my code? Any and all insight is greatly appreciated, thanks for reading,
-Christian D.
 

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Hey all, so I have the P1004 code on my '08 Charger SXT. I bought this car used and have been trying to clear this code for the past month. I installed a new runner actuator on the right side of the intake, but the code persists. Upon further research i found that some people have had success with cleaning the intake manifold runner valve (Dorman Part# 911406) on the left side of the intake, but when i went to clean it i found something peculiar, i dont seem to have this valve. Most pictures ive seen show a similar looking part to the actuator from the outside, complete with electrical connector (duh), but on my car there seems to just be a plastic cap. When i unbolt the cap it exposes where the valve should be, but theres nothing there. Also, i cant for the life of me find the second electrical plug for this valve. Is it possible that there are Chargers that dont utilize this valve? If so are there any other options for clearing my code? Any and all insight is greatly appreciated, thanks for reading,
-Christian D.
Hi Christian,

First off, I'm not a mechanic.
That's why I'm not going to tell you how to fix your code.
Repairing vehicles is not my profession, although, it seems that more people are running into this situation. The link to this video gives me a finding that could help you further diagnose your code.

https://www.bing.com/videos/search?...4C85DC7BE7C6AF75E71C4C85DC7BE7C6AF7&PC=EMMX20

Hope this helps you on your quest to a resolve.
 
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