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Only way to tell is have a scan tool hooked up an check the DTC'S - diagnostic trouble codes . Most auto part stores will check these for free . Could be a simple wiring problem ,or a sensor of some kind or a brake control module . Don't know with out knowing what codes are stored .
There should be a button labeled ESP next to the hazard switch.
(Page 343 of your owners manual) This mode is entered by momentarily depressing the ESP OFF switch (located in the center switch bank, next to the hazard flasher switch). When in Partial OFF mode, the TCS portion of ESP, except for the "limited slip" feature described in the TCS section, has been disabled and the ESP/TCS Indicator Light will be illuminated. All other stability features of the ESP function normally. This mode is intended to be used if the vehicle is in deep snow, sand or gravel conditions and more wheel spin than ESP would normally allow is required to gain traction. To turn ESP on again, momentarily depress the ESP OFF switch. This will restore the normal ESP ON mode of operation.
You have to rent the tool from autozone about 60 dollars refundable. The tool will reset the caliper by turning it in, the front you can use a C-clamp. Be very careful to turn the caliper in the correct way. Inquire clockwise or counter clockwise at the counter of autozone or rental auto supply store.
Fisrt, I don't recommend you try to find and remedy this problem. The vehicle is under warranty and even if it not under warranty it is still the rental campanies resposability. I would call the rental company and tell them thier vehicle is malfunctioning and you need to take it to a Dodge dealer to get fixed as it is a great inconvienience for you.
It sounds like a fuse has blown, but, why did it blow? If you replace the fuse that has gone bad you may damage other components and they may want tyou to then pay for said damage since you are not a certified technician blah, blah, blah, and so on.
So to protect yourself and your money leave it up to them, even if they have to tow it 500 miles to get it repaired, that is thier responsability to you as thier customer.