Question about 1997 Dodge Intrepid
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In order to solve the problem you have to spend some time with the vehicle inspecting it in details. Following are some common occuring problems that your vehicle might be facing:
Check that the common ground wire is properly grounded.
There might be some problem with the body control module that is mostly located under the the passenger seat.
Make sure that all the fuses in the fuse block are properly connected and are in working condition.
Try to check all of the above stated problems one by one. Mostly it is the loose ground or the 'fuses' that are causing such problems.
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Posted on Sep 05, 2009
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