Question about 2005 Dodge Caravan
If you have the body control module scanned I'm sure you'll find there is a door lock code. When the computer detects a fault it disables the system. When you pull the fuse the code clears and it works until it detects the fault again. I believe there may be a new bcm flash that will correct your problem. It requires dealer level scan tools to perform. It could also be a bad lock solenoid, a bad door position sensor, open or shorted wire or bad bcm.
Posted on Sep 12, 2010
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