The whole fuse box will need to be replaced as the relay is soldered right on the board. My van was fixed at no cost to me! Blend doors not working properly, getting stuck on heat, and or air. The contact stated that her grandson closed the automatic passenger side sliding door while the contact was leaning through the door. I didn't know it stored codes or could be erased. The contact smelled smoke coming from the driver's side door.
This is the 3rd attempt to fix, and it still remains unresolved. Fix any more broken wiring. The vehicle was taken to a dealer and diagnosed the cause of failure as electrical. Many places described how to do fix it, but it was not clear reading them how to actually do it. Modified mounting of connector to better shed dripping water and covered with plastic. The manufacturer was notified of the failures.
The vehicle was not diagnosed or repaired for the initial failure. The approximate failure mileage was 85,000. The contact stated that the rear driver side automatic sliding door would not unlock or open. So they informed me they cannot fix it because only a dealership can reprogram it, and that because it's the module it's not safe to drive even if I could get it to start to take it to the dealership because it can die in the middle of driving it leading to dangerous situations. Repeat the same process with each contact plate.
The vehicle was pulled over, turned off, and the fuse was disconnected. This has been discussed on the internet quite a bit. The also do not automatically lock when the car starts moving thus creating a safety concern for kids riding in the back. Replaced air temp sensor and airtemp connector kit. The contact owns a 2011 Dodge Grand Caravan.
They just want to replace parts with no clue on a fix, wild goose chase. You can keep repeating this until you find the broken wire. Jul 201219355 km Hard shifting, especially downshift. Dealer drained and refilled system, sighted no leaks but did it anyway to satisfy me. Computer re-flashed to correct problem. Please help people like me by holding the manufacturer accountable for falsely reporting a safe vehicle when they knew it had a defective part that can only be fixed by a dealership since it has to be programmed. While driving 40 mph, the driver's side door caught fire.
The door lock will not move to the unlock position and the door will not open. I then went back to the back of the van to get the grocery's out. So I think the problem is more common then they think and have no clue how to fix it. The contact stated that all of the door locks failed. The failure mileage was 154,000. Second problem was the door motor stop working had that replaced. I'm able to lower the driver side window but takes lots of force to take it back up.
I have replaced them numerous times and the last time it still did not work. Seems that there should be a recall since I have heard of various others that I know having these type of issues. I heard the side door closing. I got out of the van and went around to the left side to unbuckle my 3yr old son. The cause was associated with one or two of these wires shorted to each other or grounding out. The vehicle was not repaired. The contact stated that the sliding driver's side door malfunctioned and would not open.
The approximate failure mileage was 65,000. Dealer reprogrammed starter this time but did not help after a week. Called Dodge and they said this has happened before suppose to send an inspector and no one showed up it has been over a week and no help from Dodge or the dealer who told me it was safe to drive. This happens on the street while driving and passengers had to exit the vehicle from another door. They then replaced the module. The door failed to retract and struck the contact.