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Old May 11th, 2010, 06:15 PM   #1
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i was on my way to the store and lost headlights\ taillights, power locks, intermittent wipers, interior lights,and the lights on the dash all at once. also dash says service 4 wheel drive now too. checked all the fuses was wondering if it might be a relay? any help is greatly appreciated.
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Old May 11th, 2010, 11:16 PM   #2
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http://dodgeforum.com/forum/2nd-gen-dakota-67/

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yes already posted there. also this problem has appeared to fix itself ( for now) but i got a couple answers as to what it was so i can hopefully fix it before it happens when im in the middle of nowhere.
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Sounds like a grounding problem to me. I would check chassis ground.
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i was also told central timing module but ill look into the grounding as well.
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CTM fer sure.
I'm currently into the same thing.
It's located behind the left kick panel, BTW
from what I've gathered, there's a dealer in Rodgers City (Lynch ,something ,jeep)) that has sold the CTM in the past for $104. Thats the least $ I have seen anywhere. You'll still need to get the RKE reprogrammed by someone with a DRB III. I also need that done .

Keep me posted , very interested as Chrysler had a recall on ONLY the 2003 Durango and Dakota for this very problem. I have the recall # at home , post it later.
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