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Lights, locks, wipers not working 2001 Dodge Durango R/T

Head lights, door locks, wind shield wipers, and interior lights won't work on my 2001 Dodge Durange R/T. They changed out the inigition switch and it has not fixed the problem.

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Your Durango possibly needs a CTM or Central Timing Module. The module is located behind the kick panel down by the drivers feet on the left.

The repair commands a ~$500 price for parts and labor, and they will need both your remote fobs to program them to the system.

Posted on Jul 07, 2010

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