Re: I have a 2003 Dodge Durango I went to unlock door and...
This weekend, I had the exact same problem. I took my Durango to the dealer, and it was the Central electroniic t Module (computer). The part was $185 but hte labor was over $ 250. Besides the headlights and the door locks not working, it also turned on my "server 4wd", once this module was replaced, everything is fine.
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Outkastroost, I had the same problem last year with my '03 Durango. It happened shortly after we installed a new stereo. The solution was to disconnect the negative battery terminal for about 30 seconds to reset the computer. It's been working fine for a year now after that. I hope this works for you, too.
Sorry Trey I'm not allowed to contact you that way, but let's see if I can help you through FixYa!
Here what I need you to do:
Open the drivers door and you will see a big rubber hose going from the door to the body of the vehicle. Pull the rubber hose away from the door side and see if you see a big black wire broken into, this is a ground wire for everything you have lost. If it's broken go to the next repair procedure!
Next: Do not try to solder the wire back together it will only bend again and eventually break again.
Next: Get a wire of the same size long enough to run from inside the vehicle out to where the break is, solder and heat shrink the wire at the door and inside the vehicle, this will repair the problem for good.