I understand there was some preliminary evaluations being done pe04-054. I used a small pry tool to release the clips but I feel like Im going to break more in the process. Any assistance or suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Complaint Number: 10476692 Incident Date: March 15, 2012 Date Added to File: September 21, 2012 Description of the Complaint: The contact owns a 2006 dodge grand caravan. Bought this van off show room floor for all the features --now can't even get my grandkids in and out when taking them somewhere. If none of the above fix the problem:. The short I had cause the communication to be interrupted and the van would not even run.
Pull slowly because if the connector comes off and the wiring harness falls inside the body, you'll have to remove the seats and side trim panel to get it back out! They then replaced the module. Complaint Number: 10263338 Incident Date: March 21, 2009 Date Added to File: March 28, 2009 Description of the Complaint: 2006 dodge grand caravan, driver's side sliding door will not unlock from inside or outside using any method: power buttons, keyless remote or manually pulling lock knob. That still seems to function properly if you partially close the door. I paid a mechanic to figure out what was wrong with it. Don't forget the sliding doors on the mini-van are different than regular doors, regular doors the metal door simply presses up and pulls away from the seal.
Not sure if it's the same or not. Chrysler has no respect for customers safety. The current situation still exists. After removing the screws holding the door handle you will have to unplug the lock and window levers. It turned out to be the gas filler safety lock pin was bent and jammed. Are the cables routed the same as the other door? This also ocurrs when using the keyless remote or inside remote buttons. Comes to within 6 inches of closing and stops.
Diagnose this first if you can: When I replaced the lock actuator in the drivers side sliding door, the new actuator jammed so I had to put the old non-working on back in to be able to lock and unlock the sliding door manually. When you get both removed for the light housing will be loose. Complaint Number: 10312340 Incident Date: February 18, 2010 Date Added to File: February 20, 2010 Description of the Complaint: Our 2006 dodge grand caravan with less the 28,000 felt like it would not fully stop when hitting the brakes. Once remove , you will then be able to have access to the three screws and once you unscrew them, you can then disconnect the wires. There are two Phillips head screws buried in the fuzzy cloth at the bottom of the panel.
The dealership informed me that there was no recall or investigation but was able to determine that the problem was caused by dtc incomplete power open latch failure, incomplete latch release paw sw failure. Each time the dealership has replaced the body control module. I searched the forum but does anyone have a procedure for removing the plastic door panel? I think you will find it easier than it sounds. This is a safety issue. So I thought it was the tires since they were greatly worn which is hard to believe this mileage we changed all 4 tires.
The plastic actuator rod would come out too far and jam, and that could prevent the latch from releasing from inside and outside. If your Dodge Grand Caravan door lock actuator isn't working, however, it become much less convenient when getting your kids in and out of the vehicle. The door will also not open at all from inside or outside. If the system is the same as on the late '90s models, look at the link going to the rear latch. The solution was to take off the door panels and then remove the bolts in the bottom front roller bracket so the front could wiggle. As a result the power mechanism which seals the door will cycle over and over until someone manually opens the door and then pulls it shut. The rippled body will slide through the round mounting ring.
It seems like a stretched cable. Could be bad motor, loose connection, broken wire. A shorted wire could blow the fuse. If it is just that the jey doesnt work in it it is easily removed from inside the door panel and the local locksmith should be able to fix it less expensively than a Jeep dealer can have you tried Lock Ease in it yet? You gotta think about how much amperage both window motors pull if they were both dead headed at the same time. God forbid if my family is ever in the car and I can not enter from the drivers side ajd the doors are locked. I thought maybe it was a fuse problem or a bad motor. You then pull the bulb out of the back of the lens and … replace it with a new one.
If memory serves me correctly, that particular fuse box is located under the dash near the drivers left foot. Slamming the door extra hard causes it to compress the weather stripping more than normal, and it pushes the switch in more than normal. The security module i … s behind the dash just to the left of the glove box. The power door lock operates. The contact pressed the power door button to unlock the sliding doors.