Question about Dodge Durango
P0038 code on my 5.7 dodge Durango 2004 and get worst acceleration and rough iddling please help me
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It seems that because the diagram for the fuse codes aren't located in the owners manual, it would be a dealer item only. One possible solution is to buy an assortment of fuses.. maybe (15) switch them out 1 by one.
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
B223D OCM DTC PRESENT" ocm stand for occupant classification module, Both of these codes go together and show that the passenger seat sensor for the airbag needs to be recallibrated. This needs to be done by a dealership as they have the special set of calibrated weights and can run the tests to be sure it is done correctly. Call dealership to solve this problem.
Posted on Aug 27, 2009
Testimonial: "Thanks you very much that is what we thought was the problem just didn't know how to get it fixed."
1st try to hit the eject button multiple times in a row. If this doesn't work you have 3 options.
1= pull the radio unit, disassemble case, gingerly remove CD, and reassemble.
2=Go to dealer or repair shop and have them remove. If you have a warranty left, mopar should be able to help. Factory radios have been a problem with Mopar for years.
3= Go buy a new CD and forget about it
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
how do you remove the front shocks on a 2004 durango limited 4x4. the stabilizer bar and axle links appear to be the way for removing the lower shock mounting bolt
Posted on Dec 28, 2010
The code U1120 means, lost wheel distance message. The powertrain control module(PCM) is not
receiving a signal from the anti-lock brake module. The problem could be a short in the bus circuit,
the PCM or the anti-lock brake module. This type of problem is best diagnosed by the dealer or a
local shop with the proper diagnostic scanning equipment. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 24, 2011
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