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The Dodge Sprinter 2500 is a light commercial vehicle built by Mercedes-Benz and imported to America under the Dodge nameplate. It serves as a large van, chassis cab, minibus, and pickup truck, providing a variety of uses to suit different needs. The Sprinter 2500 offers a range of engine options, such as the 2.3L I4 OM601 Diesel, 2.9L I5 OM602 Turbodiesel, and 2.3L I4 M111 DOHC 16v MPI engines, equipped with either a 5-speed manual or an optional 5-speed automatic transmission. The powerplant offered is a five-cylinder 2.7-liter Mercedes turbo-diesel that generates 154 horsepower and 243 pound-feet of torque. The Sprinter can reach 60 mph in 13.1 seconds. The van comes in three wheelbases: 118.0, 140.0, and 158.0 inches, accommodating different space requirements. The Sprinter is 232.5 inches long, 79.7 inches wide, and 96.3 inches tall, with a wheelbase of 144.3 inches. The Sprinter 2500 stands out for its body style versatility, superior fuel economy, maneuverability, and quality associated with Mercedes-Benz craftsmanship. Its various models, including the 4-door van, 2-door pickup truck, 4-door crew van, and 4-door minibus, are all highly appreciated by drivers and dealers alike.

The Dodge Sprinter 2500 exhibits multiple issues. A prominent concern is the "limp mode," characterized by diminished acceleration, prominently during uphill drives. This condition can recur despite temporary fixes like restarting the vehicle. Diagnostic tests may not always identify the problem, as they might not display error codes. Probable causes encompass a blocked EGR valve, boost leaks at the resonator or intercooler hoses, and exhaust leaks on the EGR Crossover tube. Additionally, a damaged intercooler hose or a broken resonator might be problematic, even if they don't initiate a check engine light. High-pressure accelerations could further intensify these issues, resulting in a pressure drop detected by the vehicle's computer. Indicators of these complications may be an oily residue on hoses and resonators. Checking the torque converter clutch and control modules is vital, as malfunctions here could diminish power without activating warning lights. The "limp mode" is a safety feature that restricts vehicle speed to prevent potential transmission damage. It activates when sensor readings, such as those from the vehicle speed sensor, MAP sensor, and TPS, diverge from expected levels, prompting the computer to adopt a protective stance. Another challenge for the 2019 Dodge Sprinter 2500 model is the unanticipated activation of the security alarm, notably after sundown. This might be linked to the motion sensor near the rear doors. Efforts to manually deactivate this have been unproductive. Additionally, without the "alarm with motion sensor" feature, there might be no alarm activation when doors are opened without the designated remote. Reasons for the alarm activation could range from a malfunctioning key fob, dirt on the hood latch sensor, hypersensitive shock sensors, an incorrectly installed alarm system, or issues stemming from a faulty vehicle battery. Lastly, certain instances have reported the vehicle's engine not shutting down post cold exposure. This is potentially due to moisture contamination in the EIS module. When condensation forms inside the van, it may seep into the EIS, particularly given its design. A temporary fix involves disconnecting the main chassis ground, but this carries a risk of the vehicle not restarting if the EIS module has incurred moisture damage. Another approach to tackle this is by checking or resetting the instrument cluster fuse.

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