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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check the Handle and make sure it has returned to fully closed. They tend to build a little rust and do not return all the way. If that is not it I would check the latch itself to see if it moving properly and not already in the closed position. Sometimes they will stick and when you try to close it will lock before it has caught the pin. If that is the problem you can spray with WD40 and operate handle while pushing out with screw driver. Good luck and have a good day.
Posted on Mar 29, 2009
FIrst off the horn's ground works through the steering wheel,so the wire is bare or the end is broken and grounding in a place where it should not. You will have to check the wires for the horn from the fuse box up to the wheel.
your power feed to the headlights and the door locks has an open ( the power is not connected somewhere ) Perform a wiggle test turn on the headlights and lift the hood,find the power distribution box and begin to wiggle the wire harness.Sometimes the chrysler fuse box under the hood get loose inside the power distribution box,it will have to be broken down all the way to the heavy wires comming out of hte box,you can tighten these connections your self.
Posted on Aug 08, 2009
Standing out side the car, reach in and push the horn pad. Do you hear a click under the hood?
If not, check your fuse. If the fuse is good, check the relay.
If you do hear the click, your horns have likely failed. You can check for 12 volts with a multimeter or test light on the horn wire when the pad is depressed to verify.
If the relay and fuse check out OK and you still do not have power at the horn wires, your pad may have failed or the wire has come loose from it. This is an airbag component and should not be disassembled without familiarity with airbag systems..
If you do have 12 volts at the wire with the pad depressed, replace your horns.
One horn is located below the drivers headlight.
The other horn is near the firewall on the passenger side.
Posted on Sep 15, 2009
This is probably caused by:
a loose door switch, or
a loose connection to a door switch, or
a defective (dirty / corroded) door switch.
There is a false signal being sent that a door is open / ajar.
Posted on Mar 18, 2010
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If it is the horn that keeps going off, pull the horn fuse, that should stop it till you figure the problem. The bcm can ground the control side of horn relay as well as the horn switch. I'm not saying the bcm is faulty, I don't know, at the moment.
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