The contact entered the vehicle and observed that the door and door frame were melted. The power sliding door on one side or the other will stop working. Turn on the lights and they come on, do not go through a resistive network where the resistance determines what lights the computer is to turn on. The vehicle was not repaired. The door shut completely on his right hand. The approximate failure mileage was 130,000. The manufacturer was made aware of the failures and stated that they could not assist due to the extended use of the vehicle.
You need to remove the handle and several screws on the perimeter of the door. The vehicle was not repaired. This has been discussed on the internet quite a bit. The manufacturer was notified of the failures. Grand Caravan door lock actuators are electrical mechanisms that aid in the process of locking and unlocking your car. I confirmed the switch was the problem by shorting it. I added Power Steering Fluid and the noise stopped.
Brought van back the following week due to creaking sound in front end. 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. The failure mileage was 110,000. The approximate failure mileage was 70,000. 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. It's becoming quite the chore and my wife's patience is gone.
The manufacturer was not contacted. The wiring harnass has a broken wire. When taken to dealer for starter issues they reported that the valve cover gaskets and the oil pan gasket were leaking oil. The vehicle was not diagnosed or repaired. The failure mileage was 44,000. The approximate failure mileage was 85,000.
The vehicle was not repaired. The handle is actually a switch Figuring out how to remove it was the hard problem. The contact express concern that in the event of an accident with the driver unconscious, the occupants including children would not be able to exit the vehicle. The handle that opens the lift-gate rear door no longer works. Bad harness repaired on third visit.
The problem is that the door will not lock or unlock with the key fob or door switch. The contact stopped the vehicle and manually closed the doors. The door would just randomly close, causing injuries to the passengers. The simpler the control is the more reliable it is. I understand there was some preliminary evaluations being done pe04-054. The vehicle had not been inspected.
Spray lubricant into the key lock again, then carefully operate the lock with the key. No sane person would use a computer for these controls in an automotive environment. The dealer was unable to duplicate the issue. Car has been to dealer many times and symptoms have been reproduced at dealership. Replaced all rear coolant lines. Posted on Jul 02, 2010 The radio fuses are usually located under the dashboard on the drivers side or in a compartment you can access only when the drivers door is open on the side of the exposed dashboard. I has the problem looked at and even had the part replaced, but was not charged anything as they found now solution to my problem.
Technical advise was requested and it was told to me that a possible upgrade to the bsm would correct this problem. I am not an expert or even very mechanically inclined, just desperate to get this fixed without spending any money. While the vehicle was parked, the rear passenger doors automatically opened and closed independently. The approximate failure mileage was 24,000. The failure mileage was 38,000.