Question about 2000 Dodge Durango
I had the same exact problem.
I had bought the door lock and window control unit that goes in the drivers front door from a junk yard and replaced it.
Now I can lock and unlock the doors from the drivers side. Also, now all of the passangers can control their windows as long as the window lock is not turned on from the drivers door.
I am not sure what the actual drivers side window control unit is called. You do not have to unscrew anything to get to the unit out. The plastic piece it sits in just pops out. Then you remove it from the plastic piece and use the "wire connecter clip" to unplug the old unit and plug in the new unit.
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
For killerbee6 - Lets try the simplist possible thing first. Is the window lock (child safety feature) button pressed in? Its located there on the drivers door with all the other windows switches. If it is, then all windows will be locked in their current location. Also the back doors have their own (child safety feature) manual switch located on the end of the door that opens out (which override the manual "pullup lever" inside, to unlock door)
Second possibility is that the modular connector in the drivers door has seperated from its other half.
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For bbmason - sounds like your vehicle was broken into and the theft (which didn't get the truck) may have popped off a switch that is attached to the back side of the key cylinder. That switch tells the Security system a key was used to unlock door, and since its not attached to the cylinder anymore it can't return to it normal 'home/nuetral' state, so when you arm the security it disarms 5 seconds later.
Posted on Oct 03, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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