Question about 2005 Chrysler Town & Country
2005 Chrysler Town & Country Touring....bought new in 2004.
I am going thru same problem. Use the remote, lights flash, horn sounds, and locks do not work. Also, lock button on door do not work. I have located the 20A fuse which controls the locks and when I remove it, replace it, then the locks go back to working. Then after varying lengths of time, they quit again. Recently tried coating the fuse contacts with dielectric grease....they worked for 2 days. I have cleaned the fuse, replaced it, cleaned the contacts with contact cleaner and so far nothing has kept them working. I'm sure that problem is related to the fuse panel but I dare not take it apart to see what jumps out. This has been recurring for some months now. Is there a cure??
THERE IS A SOFTWARE UPDATE FOR YOUR BODY CONTROL MODULE..YOUR LOCAL DEALER IS, AS FAR AS I KNOW THE ONLY ONE WHO CAN DO THIS..TAKES ABOUT AN HOUR TO DO..REMOVING THE FUSE IS A TEMPORARY FIX..HAVE DONE MANY OF THESE UPDATES MYSELF..IT WILL CURE YOUR PROBLEM..TALK TO YOUR DEALER
Posted on Sep 14, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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