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Old 07-16-2013, 05:22 PM
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Disconnect the battery recharge it and reconnect. Try that.
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I read in a different thread thy these trucks go into limp mode if something happens out of the usual. And the windshield wipers turn on just in case you're driving in the rain, ect...
Do you think it could be going into limp mode because of the driver side power window switches and door locks not working?
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Do you think it could be going into limp mode because of the driver side power window switches and door locks not working?
I...don't...think...so...Sounds more like an FCM problem every time you post. Stop posting.

Read some of this: http://www.ramforumz.com/showthread.php?t=88555 not exactly a long thread, or your problem, but the Forward Control Module controls all of the electronics...including the door switches, and the wipers.

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I agree. It sounds to me like it went into limp mode. How long were the doors open? Did they go to lunch in the middle of the tint?

If there was a severe battery drain because they were busy shooting rubber bands at each other the truck may have inadvertently suspected a power fault and put it's hands up to defend itself.

I just hope there was no damage to the FCM.

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