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2005 Dodge Grand... | Answered on Mar 09, 2018

Fuel injectors not firing ? Did you hook up a fuel pressure gauge an check pressure ? Anti-theft system problem ! Probably not bad fuel pump. Your missing something .

2005 Dodge Grand... | Answered on Mar 06, 2018

This sounds like the fuse for the rear lights have blown. check your fuse box.

2005 Dodge Grand... | Answered on Feb 14, 2018

really the only way to find out is to drop the tank. could be rust, a missing or damaged o ring, pinholes in line, bad connection etc etc

2005 Dodge Grand... | Answered on Feb 04, 2018

There are two blend doors with actuators in models with separate controls for driver and passenger in the HVAC unit. Apparently the driver's blend door is broken/jammed, or the actuator is not working. You'd need to check a service manual to determine how hard it is to get to and repair the driver's blend door.

2005 Dodge Grand... | Answered on Jan 18, 2018

I'm sure your check engine light is on try....

2005 Dodge Grand... | Answered on Jan 10, 2018

You have a leak and loss of pressure. Get this fixed as soon as possible. Either the master cylinder or calipers or line is leaking.. You are about to loose your brakes. This is very dangerous.

2005 Dodge Grand... | Answered on Jan 08, 2018

This is probably your OBC, for diagnostics. You will need to remove the plastic piece of dash to the left of steering wheel. Look closely and you will see a place with a small indention and a screw hole. When you hold the little box to this area, it will fit perfectly, and takes one screw to hold it.
If you can't find the screw hole to put the OBC BACK, , I know it sounds lame, but a couple of pieces of duct tape, and just tape it up somewhere out of your way so you don't damage the OBC.

2005 Dodge Grand... | Answered on Jan 02, 2018

Pulling the door panel off an checking for B+ voltage to the motor is what you should do. Use a DVOM - digital volt ohm meter . Before assuming an replacing part's . No relay involved !
How To Diagnose your Power Window Problem Is the Switch or motor bad
Free wiring diagrams here http://www.bbbind.com/free_tsb.html
Enter vehicle info. year ,make , model an engine size . Under system click on body & accessories ,then under subsystem click power window's . Click the search button then the second blue link. Lights dim when pushing the window switch ? Bet it's the motor . or the regulator . Do you know what the regulator is ? .

2005 Dodge Grand... | Answered on Jan 01, 2018

It is sandwiched in with the heater core against the inside firewall.

2005 Dodge Grand... | Answered on Dec 22, 2017

problems include failing ac pulley bearings , failing compressor , excessive gas in the ac
have an ac specialist check the gas pressures
before replacing the belt see if the ac pulley can be turned by hand with the ac off and then on

2005 Dodge Grand... | Answered on Nov 21, 2017

Do you have heat out of the rear unit ?

2005 Dodge Grand... | Answered on Nov 20, 2017

it requires the weight of the spare to make the cable unwind
turning counter clockwise to let the tire down is correct but it requires weight to make the lock clutch to disengage and if it does so the cable may become entangled in the casing and surrounds
you should be able to access the winch unit and remove it from the vehicle to work on it

2005 Dodge Grand... | Answered on Nov 15, 2017

No cylinders fire at same time. 6 & 3 must be from same coil-ignition coil C-that is the one with the problem. And the secondary circuit- that is the spark firing portion of the coil. Coils have a primary winding circuit and a secondary wire winding circuit. The secondary comes out of coil as the tower, or the spark plug wire tower -the business end of the coil leading to the plug.

You could have a bad new coil (happens occasionally) or the connection to that coil may be the problem-the connection where the coil snaps onto the coil pack assembly. Try swapping that coil (coil C) with another one there and see if problem follows the coil. See? Keep your plug wires the same, just swap coils with another and see if the new position for suspect coil causes other cylinders to misfire. If a different coil in that "C" position causes same code, then it is not the coil itself, but probably the base assembly that the coil connects to.

These ignition systems use what is called a waste spark, or exhaust waste spark system. The coil will send spark to 6 & 3 simultaneously, but since one is always on the exhaust stroke while the other is on the compression (firing) stroke, the exhaust spark is very weak, and all the energy from coil is directed to the compression stroke cylinder. It sounds crazy but it works great.

Since you say it runs bad just as before, that indicates the coil is not the problem, but something wrong with the base of the coil pack . This is where the wiring is directed to the coils.

2005 Dodge Grand... | Answered on Oct 17, 2017

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