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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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
I have a 2002.
After making sure you remove all visible screws, these panel snap off and snap back on. Any resistance, re-look in that area for a missed screw(s).
Restated: Once all screws have been removed, pull out the panels. It is a lot easier that it looks.
Start with the lower steering column. Look from underneath with a flashlight. You will see the screws and screw holes. The lower "kick" panel (driver side) screws can be seen by looking underneath it.
Other than a screw driver, no "special tools" are needed.
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Posted on Feb 11, 2010
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The PCM is not a computer chip, it is the Powertrain Control module (engine computer). What needs to be done is a code reader needs to be connected to the diagnostic link of the vehicle, and checked for fault codes relating to this condition. I'm not sure how it was checked initially, but what I can tell you is if the PCM is found to be the issue, your not going to be able to repair it yourself. An expensive scan tool is needed to program the PCM when it is replaced, and is not available to the average person or technician. A Chrysler dealer will be the best option. It may also be related to the BCM (Body control module) since this problem seems to be related to the interior lights also.
Posted on Dec 09, 2010
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