Question about 2010 Dodge Grand Caravan
Locaation of body control module
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The BCM Unit had to re-learn the systems when I put another unit in. The Windshield wipers use to come on whenever they wanted to without touching the button and the air conditioning stopped working all together, but now it works like new. Everything works perfectly but the only draw back is that the odometer jumped from 94,521 miles to 120,000 miles when I installed the new BCM Unit. I know that the miles were lower but I am happy that the van is running great and everything works just as they are suppose to. I believe that the air conditioner unit did not get the right signal from the BCM and so the motor started to smoke. I ran the engine for 10 minutes and it went away. Thanks again for the advice and have a blessed day. TED
Posted on Sep 11, 2008
Did they confirm no power to motor itself? I assume they did. Did they remove harness from module & clean all connections to it, and try again? Did you by any chance call dealer to confirm price of new, or call local auto recyclers for price and availability on a used one? In my experience these are not a common thing to go, but maybe one of the other techs here can jump in and give their opinion or experience on it.
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
I recently had the same issue, but my airbag warning lights also turned on. If this is the case, it might be the clockspring. There is a recall on clocksprings for Caravans 1998 - 2000 I believe. I got it replaced for free in the dealership. Enter your VIN in this site and it will tell you if you are covered in the free replacement warranty.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 06, 2009
I just replaced mine and had the same problem. If you look at the new one, you should find a small hole at the base of the metal tube. Using a mirror, I located the same hole in the one in the valve cover and inserted a pointed awl into it and was able to pry it out. Do it slowly since you are prying against plastic. When inserting the new one, I found that it should not be inserted as far the original one was and has a gentle snap.
Posted on Jul 03, 2010
I dont think reflashing will help this, the first thing that comes to mind is the output speed sensor, i would replace the sensor and reset the codes and go from there, the out put speed sensor can make all this codes come up, the po720 is the out sensor, when this goes bad the trany doesnt know when to shift gear at the right time so if it shifts at the wrong time you get the other codes like the po732 2nd gear error or po605 internal trans controller, replace the sensor first and see what happens after that, good luck and hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 07, 2010
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