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Old 10-19-2012, 09:18 AM
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I have a 2012 1500 ram express with remote starter installed by Dodge.It starts by it self anywhere it wants too with out me trying to start it.The last time it started I found it in my garage running by it self.The dealer has tested it and did not do it for them.There are no TSB for this problem.The dealer said we believe you but it has to do it for us to fix it.The problem is it may take four more weeks to happen again.Has anyone had or have this problem?
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I wonder if some one near by has a fob putting out the same signal..
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Old 10-19-2012, 09:52 AM
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No has happen at work and my home.
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Where is your fob when this happens? In my 2010 I had this happen alot when I kept the FOB in my front pocket. Now I keep my keys in a drawer or on a table and no more problems. I even had it start when I was under the truck once when installing the receiver mount. My FOB was in just the right position that it made contact with my change and a pocket knife that it started the truck. That scarred the crap out of me.

So as I was saying, take your keys out of your pocket and I bet it won't start by itself anymore.
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That was what I thinking but the next time it did it my FO
B was in my night stand.:-(
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