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thats kinda 2 things.. lol... but the back pass door.. your actuator in the latch could be bad or someone that used a slimjim to unlock the car on that door bent the rod.. does it move at all when you hit the power lock button ? if it moves some that it could very well be a bent rod.. or the actuator is stuck and needs to be replaced..
You need to get the radio Lock code from the owners manual or dealer and input the code. That is an Anti-Theft function in teh radio that makes it useless if stolen since you ahve to have vehicle and radio information to get teh proper code to unlock it. When you get the code make sure you write it down someplace because if you ever have to replace the battery you will need the code again.
You need to enter the car stereo anti-theft code. The procedure is illustrated in the car or in the stereo user manual (depending if stereo is factory one). The stereo code is also printed in car documentation. Details on how to enter the code depend on car stereo make and model (or on car make and model). The stereo code is unique, if you have lost the code you may need to pay a small fee to recover the code. If you have lost the code, the unlock job can also be done for a small fee at the nearest car dealer.
you would have to get the radio removed and get the serial# and provide the dealership with this # and they should be able to provide you with a code, but first I would check the owners manual for the code if you have it
your stereo is locked. your battery drained and clock memory was lost to radio. a simple fix can be found on this forum but they charge 4.99 or so to help. they dealer will cost 50 + so 5 bucks is worthit.
i am sorry you had to go threw this. positive side you will have the code so it will not be a problem in the future for you.
they radios of modern cars employ so called anti theft mechanisms, but in reality they are designed to cost us money to get things working normal again. this is by the way the only device on your car that is lockable by the power failure
good luck with it. and a little tip: they sell a 9 volt battery maintainer used by professional stereo installers to keep clock memory voltage on the radio so this doesn't happen when you need to disconnect your battery again. i would highly suggest getting one. they are fairly cheap and will prvent you from having any major issues in the future when you need to replace or disconnect your cars battery again.
It seem that you have a relay on the control unit with burnt contacts or a bad connection from the control unit to the solenoids. I will opt for the relay on the control unit. Try replacing the control unit
Yes- it is in anti-theft mode. Whenever you lose power from the battery, the factory system needs to be unlocked. This would prevent theives from wanting your radio as they would not be able to use it in another vehicle without a unlocking code.
If you have the original owners manual from the car there are specific instructions as to the lock code for your unit. Hopefully, the dealer recorded them for you.
If not- you have to go to a Chrysler dealer and they can do it by the VIN code.