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  • andre.moses87
    andre.moses87 - 1995 Dodge Dakota - Body & Interior - 5/11/2013
    Do you know why only one winshield wiper would work?
    Less than a year ago, both wipers weren't working. I got both of them fixed and about 5 months ago when it was raining, the wipers on the passenger side suddenly stopped. I could have taken it to the shop then, but I was extremely low on money.
     
    • HouseCallAuto
      5/11/2013 HouseCallAuto
      Probably the linkage rod disconnected from the pass side wiper arm pivot under the cowl below the wipers. referred to as the wiper transmission.
  • llesur
    llesur - 2003 Dodge Durango - Body & Interior - 5/11/2013
    I have no power to supply inside console. all fuses seem ok. can't determine which fuse handles outlet & one in rear car
    this is supposed to be powered with key off
     
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  • same
    same - 1999 Dodge Ram 1500 - Body & Interior - 5/9/2013
    Door unlocks when you shut it
    Lock door shut door it unlocks
     
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  • J-Wolf
    J-Wolf - 2004 Dodge Stratus - Body & Interior - 4/26/2013
    What do I replace if my blower only works on the highest setting?
    None of the controls worked at first, but I replaced the control module so I can select hot or cold, feet, face, etc. Please help I'm stumped.
     
  • westefamily
    westefamily - 2005 Dodge Grand Caravan - Body & Interior - 4/25/2013
    Interior light
    My map and interior lights wont work when the doors are close
     
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  • sk8rmatt23
    sk8rmatt23 - 2008 Dodge Avenger - Body & Interior - 4/22/2013
    Why can I not roll my window up with neither driver or passenger switch?
    Hello, I am working on my friends 2008 Dodge Avenger and the front passenger window got stuck down. Neither the driver nor passenger switch will roll the window up. It is not the motor because I tested it with a battery and it worked to put the window up. I have ...
     
    • HouseCallAuto
      4/21/2013 HouseCallAuto
      One step at a time and lets see where it goes. First of all please make clear: The pink wire in pin 1 of the PASS side window switch should have battery voltage with the key in the run position. Does it? Confirm that pin 7 (black wire) is a good ground. Is it? Pins 2 and 3 (ORANGE / VIOLET and ORANGE / BROWN respectively) is battery voltage OUT of the switch directly to the window motor. ORANGE / VIOLET will get battery voltage when the window switch is pressed to make the window go DOWN. ORANGE / BROWN will get battery voltage when the switch is actuated to make the window go UP. Update the post please.
    • howieh
      4/22/2013 howieh
      first witch window won't go up both or what if only one will not work but the other one will its possible two things the switch and you can check that with a test light if you have power to all proper wires its the motor a possible one time fix is wile holding the switch in the up position tap the bottom of the door with a rubber mallet sometimes the shock will move the motor and the window will go up good luck
  • wsdrmd
    wsdrmd - 2004 Dodge Ram 1500 - Body & Interior - 4/20/2013
    How to change front trun signal bulb
     
    • Jimm
      4/20/2013 Jimm
      Usually, the front turn signal bulb as accessed from the rear of the trun signal lamp housing - from under the hood. Check the turn signal housing - raise the hood, and look at the rear of the turn signal. There should be a lamp socket along with some wire connections to the turn signal body. Simply turn the lamp base - it should turn 90 degrees and then remove the lamp socket. The lamp (bulb) can be easily removed from the socket.
  • mcdina
    mcdina - 1999 Dodge Caravan - Body & Interior - 4/18/2013
    Broken Battery Cable Replaced, now no electronics work?
    My negative battery cable broke while driving my Caravan yesterday. After it broke, all of the electronics (horn, wipers, lights, radio, everything on the instrument panel) will not work. The power windows still work, though. The battery cable has been fixed but the ...
     
    • CVO
      4/18/2013 CVO
      A power surged is the mess for the electrical system. Do a reset by disconnecting both the negative and positive battery terminals for an hour. Prior for the re-connection of the terminals ( + & - ), rubbing them for a few minutes to purge any electrical activities may exist in the system.
      Note : this trick worked in my 1992 Dodge Caravan 3.0.
  • smtownwonder
    smtownwonder - 2001 Dodge Dakota - Body & Interior - 4/17/2013
    Headlites flashing no turn signals no wipers no brake lites
    after hitting a deer radiater was replaced problems with headlites signals and such started just purchased a 17 prong relay and have no clue what to do
     
    • jdl
      4/17/2013 jdl
      Does the high-mount brake lite work?
  • ednsue1976
    ednsue1976 - 1998 Dodge Grand Caravan - Body & Interior - 4/15/2013
    My horn will go on at random times, driving or not.
    The front end had body work done just before this started. I'm thinking the ground may not be hooked up properly. How should it be done?
     
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  • ednsue1976
    ednsue1976 - 1998 Dodge Grand Caravan - Body & Interior - 4/15/2013
    My horn will go on at random times, driving or not.
    The front end had body work done just before this started. I'm thinking the ground may not be hooked up properly. How should it be done?
     
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  • JAMES
    JAMES - 2002 Dodge Stratus - Body & Interior - 4/15/2013
    HOW TO REPLACE A PASSENGER SIDE WINDOW MOTOR?
     
    • frankiedonnn
      4/15/2013 frankiedonnn
      The window motor is usually in the door, I'm sure you'll know it when you see it.So remove the clips that's holding on the door handles and remove any srews also.When you're sure that nothing else is holding the panel carefully pry it off with a flat ended srewdriver .Now you can see inside the door through one of the holes and see where the motor is.Disconnect the wires and remove any bolts that may be holding the motor BY the way it is a good idea to disconnect the negative battery cable when working on the car for a long time. It may not be easy to get at the motor because it is a small space.You have to use your imagination some and have the right tools.Good luck with it ,hope I am of some help.
  • rlawhon
    rlawhon - 2006 Dodge Ram 1500 - Body & Interior - 4/9/2013
    Air Conditioning/Heat The system ONLY sends air to defrost. Diverter not functioning.
    Fan works fine; simply only blows to defrost. Checked fuses under hood.
     
    • CVO
      4/9/2013 CVO
      The Mode Door Actuator controls the direction of airflow. It selects which way air flows through the different ducts. If your climate control system has lost the ability to control which vents the air comes out of, the MDA has probably failed. Both the ATC and MTC systems use this device.

      Both failures can be seen by the climate control system's integrated diagnostics system.
      See this http://www.autozone.com/.../...rGuideContent.jsp