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Old 06-13-2012, 09:39 AM
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Default 2000Ram B3500 DOOR LATCH PROBLEMS

Unattended van intermittently will cycle door locks. Wet condition observed on one occasion. Another occasion the door latch switches would not function but the solenoid could be heard engaging in lock mode.
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Unattended van intermittently will cycle door locks. Wet condition observed on one occasion. Another occasion the door latch switches would not function but the solenoid could be heard engaging in lock mode.
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Hmm, sounds just like the receiver is in program mode, check where the brake pedal is for a green wire that has a rubber boot at the end. Make sure there isn't anything grounding this wire, this would cause what you describe. It's obviously and electrical problem more than mechanical.
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