Question about 2008 Dodge Avenger
Avenger Today, I turned my heat and my radio started making loud static noises. I could not control the volumne of the static noises or turn my radio own or off. Pushing the radio power button will not turn the noise off. The noise continues as long as the engine is running. The only way I can get it to stop is turning off the engine. What to do...is there a fuse or something I can check?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The Power Steering Belt tension requires adjustment, to give it more tension, to cure the slipping, resulting in the squealing, or perhaps renewal, due to cracking or excessive wear.
Your Power steering Belt, belt is your primary problem.
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Posted on Mar 04, 2009
If your car is under 36000 miles take it to your dealer and have it fixed under your warrenty. All of your interior electrical systems are controled by computors and sometime not a simple repair ! The dealer has the tools to monitor different switch states to aid in isolating the problem. Just guessing if its a switch or a computor or a wiring issue can get very costly.
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
Sounds like u have a bad window regulator which is a system of channels and guide wires that move the window up & down. since i do not know the whole situation I would make sure the window channels are lubricated with silicone spray to make sure the window is not being held up on anything.
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
Not sure if this will work for you but worth a shot. I own a 2005 dodge neon. I know the ecu's are different but maybe dodge was smart and made all the cars this way. Insert you key into ignition. Turn key forward until you are at the last position right before the car starts to crank over. Repeat this for a total of three times then on your digital odometer display, you will see a set of numbers displayed. this will be your code for the malfanction(s) that set your check engine light. Like I said, it might not work on your car but give it a shot. If not, rent an obdII scanner and get your codes. Then you know where to start looking to fix your problem.
Posted on Dec 17, 2009
Misalignment of the belt, incorrect belt, worn or loose tensioner, Too tight of an adjustment (many service centers do this on purpose so when the belt breaks in it becomes properly adjusted, I do not believe in this philosophy), The belt is actually one long belt called a serpentine belt.....
Posted on Feb 21, 2010
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