I don't want to pay twice for 1 service. Looking online it appears this is common with this model. The contact's daughter diagnosed that the fuse needed to be cleaned. This problem started while at the dealer getting a winter service. The vehicle was taken to an independent mechanic who was unable to diagnose the vehicle. The manufacturer was notified of the failure and confirmed that there were no recalls. The manufacturer was not made aware of the failure.
The dealer was unable to duplicate the issue. I hope you have the same dumb luck I had on this! But the problem was worse. They did not want to replace as they would just burn out again if this was the problem and still a short somewhere it was safe to drive. My power went dead in doors and locks I took it to the Dodge dealer they could not find the problem said it was either the ecm or the bcm but not sure. Error: Twitter did not respond. Occurs when any button in the car, remote, or manual handle is used to activate automatic opening of the door.
Do you think something as went bad in that module? So to begin my window switches on both the passenger doors do not work. He gets to the point where only the right rear door lock functions. But with that kind of corrosion I think I fixed this problem permanently. One of the two larger wires usually are broken. Upon attempting to open the vehicle's sliding doors, the sliding door on the driver's side failed to open. I thought maybe it was a fuse problem or a bad motor. Sometimes the things have reset if I had to get my battery jumped off or when I replaced my battery.
Thanks Helene - Helene O. The power lock worked back again to normal, until again, 2-3 years after that. A shorted wire could blow the fuse. Now to get the new one on. Best way to go about diagnosing and fixing? The front map lights work some of the time. The contact stated that the passenger side sliding door did not open manually or electronically. I have a 2014 chevy impala.
We think this probably has something to do with removing and reinserting one, some, or all of the fuses under the hood next to the battery. A volt meter, available at any auto parts store, can be used to check the voltage to the individual lock solenoids and switches. The only way to unlock the doors was manually with the key. The manufacturer was made aware of the failure and stated that they would send someone to investigate within 3-4 business days. In addition, the contact stated that the driver side door interior panel caught fire. To lock the doors the switch provides voltage to the two terminals of the solenoid.
The first issue was the automatic sliding doors stopped working. The approximate failure mileage was 85,000. Since the door issue was only an occasional problem, I never really realized that it never happened after we got the new battery. I drove it home and next day went to start it and the main wiring harness under the battery and above the drivers side wheel well burst into flames burning the entire main electrical harness and ecm and fuse box up. You can tell that they are broken because they will either be cut in half, as mine were, or you will see a bulge in the wire. If the doors lock with any one switch the most likely problem is a defective switch on the door that is inoperative.
The electric door lock switch on the drivers door will lock the door. It will lock if I manually lock it with my key from the outside, or manually with the lock switch on the inside. Please wait a few minutes and refresh this page. I was checking all my fluids under the hood and noticed the battery cables had some corrosion built up. You can use your fingers to pop off the long rod that goes to the actuator, blindly, which works but is rather difficult. Continued in My 1997 2500 Suburban has a different twist.
We have had nothing but problems with this junk from the beginning. This happens if the door is open, or closed, whether the car is running or not. If you have a for-profit service,. Im finally fed up with it today someone actually ransacked my car and left all the doors wide open although they did not take anything. Inspect the fuse that protects the door lock circuit to ensure it is not blown. The smoke dissipated and there were no flames. I was thinking something module related since removing the fuse seemed to 'reset' it.
While all other doors have no problem with it. The manufacturer was notified of the failure. The contact stated that the engine failed to start. The dealer and manufacturer were not contacted. The failure mileage was approximately 126,000. The problem was back again. With a volt meter you should have 12 volts at 1 wire going into the solenoid and ground at the other wire.