Question about 2000 Dodge Durango
Im not sure about the price. I would go to the junk yard. However, I have never heard of this happening to anybody in my life. I do not see how powersteering fluid would get in the whole wiring harness. The only places that it would or could make a difference is on the plugs. The rest of the harness has wires with insulation on them. If there is oil fouling out the system? Go to Autozone or Advanced, etc. Get some electronic connector cleaner. And or Electric Motor cleaner. It is about $6 a can. Find the power steering sensor. Change it or just unplug it. Spray all in the contacts. Then follow the harness to next plug. See if there is powersteering fluid. Clean every contact you see. Dont be scared it evaporates quickly and is electrical safe. Even find the ECM or ECU whatever it is called. And clean it. Oh Ya. Remove the negative battery cable before you start this.
Then after you clean all of them. Hook the power back up. And remove the ECM fuse in both fuse boxes. Leave them out for 5 minutes. Then plug them back up. That will reset the check engine light. And see what happens then. Make sure power is hooked up before you pull ecm fuses. Or it will not reset.
I hope this helps. If not, take it to someone else. I will give you scrap price for it. LOL
Posted on Sep 05, 2010
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