Question about 2013 Dodge Avenger
My wires got cut from the front passenger side of my avenger what is the parts true name also can i combined any copper wire to fill in the missing gaps
you can get one off of a used car but your still going to have to cut the wires. I would just directly connect it and eliminate the plug altogether just make sure you don't mix the wires up and you shrink wrap or use black electrical tape to re-insulate the wires and keep them from shorting out. If it burned up or melted this would be a good time to reroute the wires to a different location so this will no longer be a problem. It should work fine and give you no problems if the fans are still good as you say I hope this helps please don't forget to rate
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
The power lock problem is definately the electric lock actuator in the door. Replace it.
The power window problem could be the switch or the motor.
Put a test light on the motor connections. Operate the power window switch up and down. If the light works both directions, then replace the motor. If the light only lights one direction, then replace the switch... and you still might have to replace the motor afterward so do not think that replacing the switch is absolute. They sometimes fail together.
Posted on Mar 21, 2010
Yes. But do you have seperate yellow turn signal lights in the rear or do the turn signals work independant of the brake lights? If yes then you need to wire in a taillight converter. It takes your seperate left & right turn signals combines them with your brake lights on 2 wires instead of 3 leaving you with your normal 4 wires in total instead of 5. 1 Left turn & brake light. 1 Right turn & brake. 1 Taillight. 1 Ground. = 4 wires in total. If you dont have seperate rear turn signals just find left turn wire in taillight assembly, Right turn wire & Taillight & a good ground & you are done. On trailer plug yellow is left, green is right ,brown is tailight & white is ground.
Posted on Jun 06, 2010
see the diagram attached and think clearly and logically, NOT feared. test any connection continuity, fuses, see for corrosion, tes the switch for defective or dirty, and motor.,loose connector or connector God bless you
Posted on Jul 25, 2012
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