Question about 2007 Chrysler Aspen 4x2
I know the bulbs are fine because the lights work with I lock and unlock my doors.
When you lock and unlock the doors, this is usually the side light which illuminates, not the brake light.
Remove the brake light bulb, (which also contains the side light filament) and check the filament. It's likely blown, so simply replace it.
Posted on Nov 04, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the wires between the door and the pillar may have cracked and create the short. its from swinging the door open and closed position in time. Some will do this mainly on the right side for the harness is so tighter from being shorter that the left side is. I had seen this happen in many Chrysler vehicles
Posted on Jan 16, 2010
This is called a Power Door Actuator. Your local autoparts store should have this in stock. they just need your year make and model vehicle. They may have an after market actuator...hopes this helps
Posted on Mar 29, 2009
sounds like the actuator. I had the same problem. Mine got to the point where it will now only work with the key. Had it looked at by dealer.. actuator is bad. Good luck.
Posted on Apr 28, 2009
SOURCE: My passengers side sliding door
Look at the other door and look on the front edge to see where the child safety lock switch and see if that is the problem with the other door. That has happened with mine several times. Someone will play with it leaving it on so it can't be opened.
Posted on Jul 20, 2011
SOURCE: My breaks wont work after
As a general rule, if you have ABS you might have to cycle the pumps and valves to purge the old fluid out of the unit. This is either done via a dealer scan tool, a purge valve/bleeder valve on the ABS unit, or a less than ethical way. Drive your car and heavily engage the ABS, you know what I'm talking about.
Then you will need to repeat the bleeding process that you have already done.
Normal non ABS brakes, bleed once.
ABS brakes, bleed, cycle then bleed again.
Posted on Aug 07, 2011
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