Question about 2002 Dodge Durango
We bought this vehicle used with 140,000 miles, it is the SLT 4.7L 4x4 model. It came with typical issues, tail light out, one head light out, some rust, needed brakes etc. After some time I noticed more and more minor electrical problems. I replaced the headlight (both of them) but the one is still out, the taillight is okay now, replaced fuse. The passenger window (power) does not go down from the passenger door but will go down from the driver's side (window lock is not engaged). Driver's side rear window does not work at all. Radio just brings static but CD works. Power locks do not work. It attempts to lock but fails. It just seems strange that it is all electrical. Should I tackle each problem individually or could it be a larger problem? Also replacing the headlight did not get it to work again, the other one does and so does the flood lights. Any thoughts? Thanks in advance. Joe
Yes take each problem one at a time, the passenger window is probably the switch on the passenger door, drivers side rear window sounds like motor or connection problem, your headlight is probably a bad ground for that light power locks a fuse or relay, radio, ck antenna leads
Posted on Apr 13, 2014
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