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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
either the motor that locks it is not working or some mice might have chewed some wires or something. first you will want to see if you have power going to the lock under the panel if yuou do then your lock motor is bad and needs replaced if you dont have power you need to check fuses if that still dont work u need to find out where your power stops at
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
SOURCE: 2005 dodge durango key fob
Hello and thank you for choosing fixya.com. I would suggest taking your vehicle to a local auto parts store and request to have a diagnosis done. (while auto stores vary, this is usually a free service and only takes a couple minutes to complete) to see if any codes are brought up. If so, the representative can tell you what the codes mean, and what needs replaced or repaired. Let them know of the situation. Even if no codes show up, ask them to clear the codes. If this does not work, do the following. 1: make sure that the batter in your key fob is inserted correctly, and that it is the correct size and type. 2. Disconnect the + Positive cable on your battery. This will reset your the vehicles computer. Maybe this will allow the vechile to code up with the fob. If not, I would take it to dealership, or backto an auto part store for further assitance.
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Posted on Apr 01, 2009
You will have to unlock and open the door manually. Then look for the electrical contacts on the door. Usually they are near the front top of the door and door jamb. Look carefully around the inside edge of the door and you will find them. These contacts can get worn or dirty. cleaning them very carefully with a pencil eraser(assuming they are the flat kind).
Sometimes a wire can break off inside the door or doorjamb. You will have to disassemble the contact holder to check that.
Posted on Mar 11, 2010
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