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  • AutoMD Member
    AutoMD Member - 2005 Dodge Dakota - Body & Interior - 12/5/2013
    When i turn off windshield wipers they dont stop all the way down.
    my wipers stop an inch or two from the bottom of the windshield. they then cycle once when i turn the key on and again after starting the truck. this happens most of the time. they return up from the normal off position an inch or two.
     
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  • AutoMD Member
    AutoMD Member - 2001 Dodge Grand Caravan - Body & Interior - 12/2/2013
    Why do all of my lights and gauges stop working every time I turn on a turn signal?
    We replaced the wiring harness and ECU last year and just put a new battery in last night. Been having some starting issues for several months now and were told it was because our battery was low.
     
    • HouseCallAuto
      12/2/2013 HouseCallAuto
      When did this issue begin? You did not clarify if I am to believe it has existed since the wiring harness and ECU was done. Which wiring harness was replaced. The answer cannot be vague. The wiring that connects what components together?
      HouseCallAuto
      12/3/2013 AutoMD Member
      The issue began right after we replaced the battery last night. The info I know about the wiring harness that was replaced last year is that it needed replaced because the previous wires had been placed over the exhaust manifold (resulting in melting, grounding, and a shorted out ECU). The new one was put in but with the wires going under instead of over.
  • AutoMD Member
    AutoMD Member - 1993 Dodge Ramcharger - Body & Interior - 12/1/2013
    Replace power window regulator an motor left side
    has a counter balance spring an need to know how to set spring tension on sector gear?
     
    • CVO
      12/1/2013 CVO
      WINDOW LIFT MOTOR INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
      Window regulators may vary in design. It will be necessary to obtain a shop manual for
      safe removal, installation and handling of window regulators.
      CABLE TYPE REGULATORS
      IMPORTANT: Some regulator cable spools will unravel if not handled properly. Refer to
      Service Manual for proper removal of Motor from cable spool. Cable style regulators
      require special handling for successful removal and installation of the window lift motor.
      These instructions will help prevent the spool from coming apart and resulting in the
      complete replacement of the motor/regulator assembly.
      • Remove the regulator according to the shop manual. Make sure to support the window
      glass in a safe manner.
      • Unbolt or remove the retaining rivets holding the motor to the regulator.
      • CAREFULLY lift the motor up out of the spool since some spools will come out of the
      housing with the motor. HINT: use a long thin screwdriver to help separate the motor
      from the spool.
      • Remove the motor.
      • Reverse the procedure to install.
      SCISSOR STYLE REGULATORS
      Scissors style regulators have an assist spring to help move the window glass. This spring
      is under pressure at all times. The regulator must be secured BEFORE removing the motor.
      • Remove the regulator according to the shop manual. Make sure to support the window
      glass in a safe manner.
      • BEFORE removing the motor from the regulator it will be necessary to secure the sector
      gear of the regulator by installing a bolt through the regulator body and the sector gear.
      • Drill out any rivets or remove any bolts retaining the motor to the regulator.
      • Reverse the procedure to install.

      Note: not sure if the spring tension has been released yet, hope this helps.
  • AutoMD Member
    AutoMD Member - 1997 Dodge Caravan - Body & Interior - 10/22/2013
    How do i remove the door lock on the passenger door, the part the key goes in? I've already disassembled everything
    else off of it.
     
    • CVO
      10/22/2013 CVO
      Door locks removal and installation.
      See this Fig. Fig. 2: After removing the retaining clip, pull the lock cylinder straight out from behind the handle assembly @ www.autozone.com
  • AutoMD Member
    AutoMD Member - 2009 Dodge Ram 1500 - Body & Interior - 10/22/2013
    Why does my heat/cool fan make a clicking sound when the key is turned on and off?
    The heat / cool fan is not working. I am getting heat but the fan is not working.
     
    • CVO
      10/22/2013 CVO
      1. Apply a 12 volts direct to the blower motor connector, if the blower motor doesn't run, replace the blower motor.
      2. In the event the blower motor does run, check the blower motor resistor and the Module Totally Integrated Power, they're both link to the blower motor.
  • AutoMD Member
    AutoMD Member - 2001 Dodge Ram 2500 - Body & Interior - 10/19/2013
    Need help making replacement lights work
    replacing stock head lights with Spyder PRO-YD-DR94-HL-AM-C. High beam indicator will not go off. When all 4 head lights are in they go very dim. The low beam stock light positive drops from 12 to 1.5 volts the Spyder low beam side only drops to 5.8. In the off ...
     
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  • 03vette
    03vette - 2008 Dodge Dakota - Body & Interior - 10/15/2013
    When I turn on the turn signal it blinks in both directions back and fouth
    have changed out both rear bulbs,the front ones work ok
     
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  • 03vette
    03vette - 2008 Dodge Dakota - Body & Interior - 10/15/2013
    The turn signals go back and forth from boths sides when I turn 1 on have turn off then back off ,still goes back a fort
    changed the bulbs only for the turn signal only
     
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  • bajvaughn22
    bajvaughn22 - 1999 Dodge Durango - Body & Interior - 10/9/2013
    Driver side mirror
    In July of this year I ordered a driver side mirror from you. The part number was 51481, but it is too large to fit my mirror.
     
    • HouseCallAuto
      10/9/2013 HouseCallAuto
      Contact customer service at the site directly where you ordered it from. This is a forum and has no ability to oversee orders placed on the parts site.
  • jojofriedrich
    jojofriedrich - 2004 Dodge Stratus - Body & Interior - 9/30/2013
    I was in a car accident recentely and the airbags deployed with right fender impact. What should I expect to spend?
    240,000 miles, just purchased tires 12hrs prior to the accident.
     
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  • pattyjose1
    pattyjose1 - 2011 Dodge Avenger - Body & Interior - 9/30/2013
    Air bags not deploying do to a rear impact at 70 mph
    my air bags not open at 70 mph rear collision my car is total lucky to be alive is it normal
     
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  • dcrugg
    dcrugg - 1996 Dodge Dakota - Body & Interior - 9/24/2013
    Head lights/high beams go on and off.
    While driving my high beams will go on and off by themselves. I have changed out the switch and it worked for a short time, but now they are doing the same thing. what could this be?
     
    • n2tropicals
      9/24/2013 n2tropicals
      Im having the same problem on my dodge dakota sport 2002 p/u
      Its the low beams doing this and it drained my battery dead and useless.
      I hope someone can help us-
      Mechanic said bad battery but its still doing it with a new battery and a single mom of 3 , I just need some help. I cant afford to go back to the mechanic for a while , if I only knew whats causing it
      sherry
  • po6398
    po6398 - 2002 Dodge Ram 1500 - Body & Interior - 9/23/2013
    Should the fan still work after you unplug theblower resistor? trying to fix fan to run on all speeds
    Mine only works on high
     
    • HouseCallAuto
      9/23/2013 HouseCallAuto
      Replace the blower resistor, unplugging it will not solve anything and the fan should not run with it unplugged.
  • marvingentry63
    marvingentry63 - 2003 Dodge Stratus - Body & Interior - 9/23/2013
    How to replace heater coil
    driver side floor gets wet
     
    • CVO
      9/22/2013 CVO
      HEATER CORE / REMOVAL & INSTALLATION

      Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the Precautions section.
      Disconnect the negative battery cable. Properly drain the cooling system.
      Disconnect the heater hoses from the heater core.
      Remove the floor console by removing or disconnecting the following:

      Center console panel
      Shift knob
      Accessory box or ashtray
      Floor console panel assembly
      Shift lever cover assembly
      Floor console assembly

      From under the steering wheel, remove the hood lock release handle, the driver-s side under cover and the lap cooler grille.
      Remove the steering wheel by removing or disconnecting the following:

      Air bag module-to-steering wheel screws (rear of the steering wheel) and the air bag module
      Steering wheel-to-column nut and press the steering wheel from the column
      Lower steering column cover screws, the lower cover, the upper cover and the column pad

      Remove the instrument panel by removing or disconnecting the following:

      Meter bezel and the combination meter
      Radio and tape player
      Console side cover
      Sunglass holder
      Glove box stopper and the glove box
      Passenger-s side air bag module
      Passenger-s side air bag module electrical connector
      Center air outlet assembly
      Instrument panel switch
      Instrument panel switch electrical connectors
      Right side instrument panel under cover
      Front speaker
      Instrument panel

      Remove the attaching clip and nuts and remove the heater unit.
      Remove the heater core from the heater unit.
      CAUTION
      Do not let the heater core bump against the SRS-ECU or its components.
      FOR MORE INFORMATION, see this @www.autozone.com
    • bear.1216
      9/23/2013 bear.1216
      If you plan to do this work you should invest in a repair manual for the vehicle. Most auto parts stores sell them for around $20. The manual will have complete instructions with pictures and diagrams. It is well worth the investment for any vehicle or home mechanic. Changing the heater core is very labor intensive and physically demanding. It requires working on the floor of vehicle for long hours. You should consider having it fixed at a garage if you can afford it. Replacing the heater core is the most awful job on any vehicle you will not enjoy it.
  • wpulphusjr
    wpulphusjr - 2000 Dodge Ram 1500 - Body & Interior - 9/22/2013
    The illumination on the steering wheel is out. This includes the labeling of the cruise, key switch, and over dr switch
    The letters on the steering wheel do not light up.
     
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