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The linkage is broken. You has to open door panel (from inside) to start troubleshoot.

Dodge Avenger... | Answered on Jan 19, 2014

aperently either they used the wrong oil or they did not reset the command module to erase the message for oil change..this needs to be done..

Dodge Avenger... | Answered on Dec 26, 2013

You are on the right track. But to be certain you should go to the actual light socket on one of the running lights that isn't working. Remove the socket assembly and remove the bulb. Check to see if its clean and free of corrosion and rust..
Use a "test light probe" like this.

link to test light pic and general use instructions

When you have the light bulb out you can do the test either with the connections inside the socket or you can use the probe on the back side of the socket.

First you want to check to see if you have power going to the light to start with.
1. connect the ground connection to something you are certain is attached to the frame, and has no paint. Screws, bolts or bare metal are all good. Then with the parking lights on check all of the posts in the socket you should get a light on one of them.
If you don't double check your ground on your test light and try a couple different places and a different power source. You want to KNOW you have a good ground first

If you do get a light on the test light, remember which socket you got power from. If there is only one other socket it will be ground.
Some cars have a dual power source for parking, brake, signals etc.

Next you can check the ground by putting the test light connection in the socket you are sure has power. and the probe in the other socket. you should have light on your test handle. If you don't leave the connector where it is and stick the probe on something metal to see if that works. If it does then you do have a problem with the ground.

BTW having a bad ground is not very common.

Dodge Avenger... | Answered on Nov 14, 2013

unscrew it or unsnap it

Dodge Avenger... | Answered on Nov 13, 2013

4 screws behind steering wheel on the wheel holding the air bag in place
then 3 screws on inginition coloumn
bottom of steering wheel 4 screws on panel and a couple clips

Dodge Avenger... | Answered on Nov 09, 2013

You don't reset has to be fixed in transmissiom

Dodge Avenger... | Answered on Nov 03, 2013

if the throttle position sensor is bad, changing the pcm wont make a difference.

Dodge Avenger... | Answered on Oct 31, 2013

loose plugs most likely

Dodge Avenger... | Answered on Oct 30, 2013

How about the starter, have you tried checking it?

Dodge Avenger... | Answered on Oct 24, 2013

Does it roll over? If not your starter solenoid or starter may be bad.

Dodge Avenger... | Answered on Oct 24, 2013

code p0703 refers to torque converter / brake switch B--circuit malfunction===causes--wiring--torque converter/ brake switch--ECM/TCM. The problem may not be in the brakes circuit but in the torque converter sensors.

Dodge Avenger... | Answered on Oct 24, 2013

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