Question about 2006 Dodge Ram 3500 Truck
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Stock anti theft system
Lights flashing, horn blaring, not good for you and neighbors, the system is controlled by the cluster which is also the body computer, tied in with the front controll module, the only way to disarm is with your RKE key, when you press lock, does the horn chirp, and chirp or lights flash when you unlock it? your key also has a chip in it to help disarm from the wcm, part of the halo with the ignition switch, there is no disarm swicthes in the doors on this model, only remote keyless entry here, there is something not working for you, are your keys good, possible wiring problems in the drivers door jamb, this system monitors the doors and liftgate, this is not a system that can be overridden or removed. It can be only accessed by a Chrysler dealer. GOOD LUCK, RDJRP
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
The easiest method to do this is to go to an auto parts store and buy a belt designed for a truck with no air conditioning. The belt will be the right size, and you just install it as normal, and bypass the compressor
Posted on Dec 15, 2009
you have what is known as an open diff. or worn out clutch packs in a limited slip. most makers put in a open diff because its cheaper and handles better. if you did not pay for it on your invoice your stuck with stock unless you put it in your self.
Posted on Dec 24, 2009
Testimonial: "This was very helpful.would you recomend a better limited slip appilication that could be installed in this differential.30,000 miles on this one; "
First thing is to look at the a/c fuse and relay under the hood in the power panel. Possible blown fuse or a bad relay. If no blown fuse or bad relay found then go to passanger side of truck and you will see a black canaster with a low pressure switch on it. Remove plug to switch and using a jumper wire jump out the plug to see if the compressor clutch comes in. (have the truck running with the a/c selector switch on ). If the clutch comes on then it's either you have very little freon gas in system or the low pressure switch is bad and will need to replace it. Use small pliers to remove switch and replace it with a new switch, make sure it has a new o-ring inside switch before installing it. Hope this will help you.
Posted on Jun 07, 2010
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