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Durango error in odometer window - nobu5

Not sure but I think i's a 99 model
parents are currently stuck - vehicle won't start
odometer field shows "nobu5" I am having the same problem with my 1999 Dodge Durango. The engine will turn over but will not fire. The gas gauge reads empty yet there is a full Tank. (was showing 3/4 tank when issue started. Topped off manually and tank is definitely full) nobu5 comes up on odometer readout. Checked all fuses and relays and they all seem fine. Fuses checked under the hood and inside drivers compartment. Am thinking of having vehicle towed to garage for assistance but checking here first in case it is something simple. Currently vehicle sits in my garage. My wife works also and we need 2 vehicles. HELP!!!!!!

Gord

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  • bertindg Jun 09, 2008

    The battery is fine but where can I find the starter plug?

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I had the nobus come up on mine when the pcm was bad.

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Hey Gord,
Try disconnecting your CPU for about 3 to five minutes, this will reset your CPU. Then see if it starts. Note. there is probably a faulty microswitch somewhere causing your CPU to overheat and cut everthing off (No BuS). Try keeping it cold with a zip-lock bag of ice (keep your CPU dry). Your Durango should work as long as you keep the CPU is cold.

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Check the battery and the stater plug.

Posted on Jun 09, 2008

  • khader ibrahim Jun 09, 2008

    The starter is
    located underneath the motor, and when the motor won't turn over or the
    starter drags, it's time to get a new one.


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Probably this is unique to dodge alone... if u have the user mannual else call the dodge service to chk what the error code means...

Posted on Jun 09, 2008

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    Mohamed Ismail Jun 09, 2008

    If the battery seems fine then you should clean the terminals of starter plug... else replace to check if it can start... Please try to clean the tiny contacts of starter plug...

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adamvicinus@yahoo.com

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