When the power sliding door control module receives a ground signal input from the full open switch, and as long as the cinching latch actuator is not in power mode or the handle switch is open, the signal indi- cates that the door is at the full open position. Car has less than 40K miles. After all was said and done, door works like a charm now. The wire harness was replaced but the failure was not remedied. If the parameter does not change when opening and closing the doors, refer to Door Ajar Indicator Malfunction. Passenger side still works, driver side not so much. Everything electrical still works while the no fuse indication is on.
I found these bulletins on the don't buy dodge website. Guys, here is the site that has the door latch replacement. I didn't believe her until it happened to me a few months later. After the light changed from red to green, I parked the vehicle away from traffic and turned off the engine once sparks emitted from the outlet. I have never had that problem but this may help. This is probably a temp fix as I forsee more breakage in the future.
The vehicle was running and the smoking occurred at a stop light. Imagine if the rear was packed with luggage or groceries and the hatched open while driving on the highway. When I found the posts about the broken wire, I got real happy. Did already order parts based on the dealers 'diagnosis' which turned out to be wrong - no need for a new motor as they suggested but will sell those now. I have exactly the same problem on my 2002 Voyager 3. You had to reverse the polarity somewhere.
It was repaired under warranty at 30861 miles. I will also if I get the info. The manufacturer was notified of the failure and informed the contact that the vehicle had a warranty for the power train for 100,000 miles. I have never had that problem but this may help. I have ordered the control harness but I also need the right side lower door hinge for the slider. .
No problems with power closing of the doors or lift gate. The consumer stated the door jammed open on several occasions. It will close ok under its own power. I couldnt get to the connection of wire onto door plate or into door itself and am wondering if thats where problem is. He opened the door remotely, and while it was opening, his shoulder bumped the door, causing the door to reverse. Just like any mechanized parts, when there is no moving part, component tend to last longer,. Thanks to this forum for having this invaluable information! You might have the same rear wiper issue that I had.
Take a flat screwdriver and gently pry up on the upper panel frames top of window at the sides, lifting push in clips out of door. Although, I used a butt splice to join the broken wire together. I thought this might be because I removed the magnets and then reinstalled them in the opposite direction, so I opened it up again, and discovered that I had only reinstalled one of them in the opposite direction. I tried many things before checking the wires. Ray This is my first post, but I can help. I can open it manually but it goes open very hard.
I have a cable joiner. No further assistance was offered. Similar symptoms - dodgy door behavior got worse then stopped altogether. I might need to install a switch? The manufacturer was notified of the issue and opened case number: 33453442. The second sliding door had a different problem. This website is invaluable and full of great information Has anyone ever experienced or know of my situation which is both side sliding doors work automatically using the key fob, over head console switches and pillar switches, However, when I pull on the door handle to either open or close it does not work automatically, only manually. I've seen it many times.
As soon as the vehicle warms up the door opens fine. I have found my vehicle on the street with a door open, once during a snow storm and the inside was inundated with snow. Also, I was recommended to talk to Chrysler rep for possible recall. It seems to only really happen when it gets colder out. The door latch has also malfunctioned.
I can't remember where I stashed the link, but i know I've got it somewhere. We've owned three Chrysler vans, meaning the Chrysler has made quite a bit of money off of our family, but this is the last one we'll ever buy. Dunno how long it will hold, especially since I didn't solder the thing together, but I'll let you know if I encounter more problems with it. The moulding will lift right out. The dealer said it may need programed. Though I don't think the Obstacle detection values were changed , just cleared.
This used to happen once and a while. Both sliding doors had different symptoms. The door at least on my ex girlfriends Montana will move until it bumps something, and then stop, and open up again. That's it on my mother-in-law's 2005. I too, splice the cable at the exact place where the cable broke. Air bag sensor for driver is malfunctioning and needs to be replaced.