Question about 2004 Dodge Durango
The stupid alarm radomly goes off in the middle of the night and my neighbors are not terribly pleased. I thought I could just pull the fuse, but Dodge hasn't labeled them other than F-1, F-2,... Nothing in my owner's manual, either!
Well, Mr Johnson...fuse locations are treated like they are top secret. I am a mechanic and if he is using a Haynes or Chilton manual, there is not even the security system listed in the books. A rip off as fara s I am concerned. And you did not answer his question.
Posted on Sep 17, 2012
I honestly have never seen an owners manual that did not show fuse locations thats what they are for, anyway it may not be labeled alarm, and I am not sure if pulling a fuse will do it. You need the schematic, then you could fix your problem. My guess is a bad door lock switch! You can get exact instruction and schematics online at alldatadiy.com for 20.00
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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