I noticed that when I looked up the defects under the investigations that what was happening to my truck was the same thing being investigated. But if your tailgate lock still operated when all others did not then chances are that one of the door switches is bad. The truck will stall without warning at slow speeds and while turning it has always restarted. Year Engine Trans Type Drive 1987-2003 V6 3. A couple of days after that I was turning into a parking lot and my truck stalls again. To solve the problem the Dodge Company and in early 2003 the Fiat-Chrysler Company has given the appropriate torque specs how to tighten the transfer case to the transmission fasteners. I nursed it off the road manage to back it into a parking space and that was the last it operated.
New solenoids will cure it. If it breaks contact then the locks might not work. Have someone inside of the car and up by the front of the car and this will increase the chance to hear it. Good luck and let me know. The fourth generation of Dodge cars since 2009 remains possessing power and efficiency of Hemi and Non-Hemi engines with 4, 5, 6-speed automatic transmissions. Information about previous generations is provided by the. Didn't notice anything wrong with the truck.
Each this happens I am able to put my truck into neutral and start it right up. However, if you have missed that period now you will have to pay for such procedure. You do not need the key on for the test because the locks have power all of the time. Nothing is perfect, 1500, as well as others, has its failures and this article will help you to get to know about most common troubles of your car and give you a piece of advice how to avoid and solve problems. If such problem occurs, the propeller shaft could be separated and it may bring crucial damage to the fuel system. The algorithm of searching and detecting a problem is simple and consists of several steps:.
The vehicle had 34,000 miles. Now I see that this is a wide spread problem and a service bulletin tsd 18-013-05 was issued that sounds like it may or may not correct the problem. If it is the relay then that should let it cool off and reset itself long enough to work or atleast hear a click out of the locks when you power up again. Answered on Feb 15, 2019 I had the same problem,there's a group of wires on a harness below the steering wheel, big blue one and red and pink, and about 8 other little ones, anyways the big red wire and the medium size red wires are for the heater motor, clean the terminals and plug back in and good as new Answered on Feb 13, 2019 Maybe!!!! The about a week later, while im driving, im going about 30 mph I let my foot off the gas and my truck stalls. Here is the statistics made by the , you see that the period from 2012 to 2014 was quite problematic for the Dodge.
. Wire taps are not a good thing. That is why there were occasions when the car could slip out of the Park and damage both people and property. I looked for a truck for awhile and thought i was getting one of the best but then the transmission went out on me of all the other trucks i've owned this was the most expensive one and the damn transmission came out of it. The recall for this issue was held in December 2003, owners could call the Fiat-Chrysler at 1-800-992-1997, or try to get the information from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration recall number 03V503000. Recheck the conections where you made the connection. Leaking may damage the transfer and transmission systems, four-wheel drive system, and a big red spot on your driveway.
I have a 7 year, 70,000 mile power train warranty and am not sure if this malfunction is covered. The name went after its Rear wheel drive and Full Electronic control system. Dealers reprogramed the engine controller for in order to fix the car. That is why the leaking between the transmission and four-wheel transfer case has become a serious problem for that Dodge 4×4 line. Or if the conection at that point is grounding out and blowing your relay or fuse. Such thing could reduce the braking effectiveness and increase the chance to commit a road accident.
Be patient and attentive, now will turn your car back on the road. There is the list of transmissions, there you can find out what types you might have. The code was p0404, egr something. At 39506 miles slippage became a real constant problem the transmission was allegedly rebuilt. The contact did research and found the vehicle had a recall 034503000 for the automatic transmission. I hope that there will be a recall on this matter, because I've read many other peoples complaints about this same thing. Fortunately the repairs were covered by insurance but the vehicle still has the same problem for which neither the local dealer nor Chrysler-Dodge et, al.
The mechanic believes that the transmission is probably giving early signs of complete failure. Both the dealer and the manufacturer stated the information was proprietary and they could not release it. Both of them are fighting for the full-size truck market. A driver without the strength to handle the truck without power steering and brakes would be in real danger. Our truck is a 2004 Dodge Ram 1500 5.