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Old 08-14-2018, 02:55 PM   #11
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I don't disagree about what you are saying or being in over my head, it just stubborn pride. Give me points or give me death. That why my i love my Road Runner it easy to keep going..... i hate the fact that it works great one time and then goes to [email protected]#t the next.

So right now i have done just that, started to find out who can work this that has a good name also once i get it back together.

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Old 08-15-2018, 08:59 PM   #12
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Bad battery. My 2005 did that numerous times. Battery appeared to be OK and wasn't that old.
Replaced it with brand new battery, problem solved.
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Bad battery. My 2005 did that numerous times. Battery appeared to be OK and wasn't that old.
Replaced it with brand new battery, problem solved.
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Many of us have experienced the same issue - for some reason Hemis are voltage hogs - they love their juice .
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Old 10-05-2018, 03:44 PM   #14
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Hi All, Well i'm back. Here is the latest on my Durango. It is back and Running! So since i was mad at the situation i just walked away for awhile and decided I would do the ignition switch and if that did not work off to the shop it would go. Lucky for me this is really an extra car. So I went back at it rechecking what I did and replacing the ignition switch. So with the switch replaced it started right up but was only running for those few seconds and no dash lights/gauges. This time I took the time to write down the codes for reference and just went back to basics. The codes I were able to read had nothing to do with anything running i thought. So I re-checked all the fuses again including the one in the passenger compartment on the drivers side. I took the fuses out again and checked them and found 1 blown 10 Amp fuse. That fuse was for the ignition immobilizer circuit because as soon as I replaced it everything worked as it should. So I have been driving it around town so far with no new issues. I need to check the fuse box numbering to see what this fuse/circuit is for. It is always the simple things, I just needed some time to look at this another way. Moral of the story always recheck the simple things because that what is usually is.
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Yes never overlook the basics or the simple stuff! It happens hopefully it stays good.
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