Question about 2008 Dodge Magnum
Posted by Anonymous on
THE problem could be in a few different places within THE ignition modules. We have THE same problem and are in THE middle of finding THE answer. We take THE car to THE dealership, they say pay $70.00 and they will diagnose THE problem. Stubborn as my husband is, he chooses to pay to get a new remote, key and reprogram the security. That didn't work, so they suggested it may be the wind module, ok we fixed that, still not the problem. So now he finally decides he will pay THE $70.00 for them to diagnose THE problem. Will let you know THE results. Save yourself THE time and money.....and just pay to have THE problem diagnosed.
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