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Old 11-04-2013, 02:53 PM
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Default ABS,BAS,Traction Control Lights on

So I was driving home from the city yesterday and my ABS,BAS, and Traction Control lights all came on. I pulled the codes - U1413 - C102B - C1032.
U1413 - Implausible Odometer Signal Received
U102B - RIGHT REAR WHEEL SPEED SENSOR CIRCUIT
C1032 - RIGHT REAR WHEEL SPEED SENSOR SIGNAL ERRATIC PERFORMANCE

So today I removed the right rear wheel sensor and cleaned it up and use compressed air to blow out the hole to get any addition dust out. Put it back in same problem.

When i turn the truck on there are no lights. Ill hit a bump in the road, the lights come on. Hit another they go back off. This continues till I reach my destination. What are your guys opinion on this problem?
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Old 11-04-2013, 03:18 PM
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Also the speedometer has started acting werid.
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Old 11-05-2013, 03:02 PM
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Body Control Module. Probably a ground has come loose. Does your AC(heater, sorry I live in Phoenix, where we're still using AC) act funny as well?
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Old 11-06-2013, 09:44 PM
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my heater seems to be working normal. Where is the BCM located? I will check for a loose connection or a bad ground.
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Your truck has only one module(with exclusion of the PCM) which is the TIPM and is located on driver side under the hood. Little black box in front of the battery. But I agree with Tommycat, it sounds like a loos ground or connection somewhere. there is also a sensor in your Differential housing( at the top of the "pumpkin") which should be the only speed sensor on the rear of your truck. but check the connection on that as well. It is also a magnet, so metal could stick to it from the inside.
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I have an issue with my 03 as well. All of my dashboard lights stay on, speedometer doesn't work. I changed the speed sensor in my rear differential and still nothing. Any ideas?
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Isn't there a ground wire on the driver side that can come undone. Seems I remember hearing about that. I could swear the BCM is the one under the dash on the passenger side. I know that's where it is in Durangos. Haven't had to replace one in a Ram yet. I have since changed vehicles to one that I cannot put on my profile here
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Old 11-10-2013, 09:21 AM
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I don't believe my truck had a speed sensor I'm the diff. There is no wires running to it, but there is speed sensors in each back tire. I changed the right rear sensor today and the problem continues. Can somone post a pic of the tipm so I know what I'm looking for. I checked the connections I could see under the hood. Everything seems to be hooked up well. Once I know what the tipm looks like I will follow the wires and look for a bad ground. Thanks for th help so far guys
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It does not require a bump to turn on the dash lights. Sitting in park it will ding and likes come on a minute layer they go off and it will happen again
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TIPM is your Fuse Block. Totally Integrated Power Module
I think there's an FCM on the TIPM, and if I am not mistaken, isn't there also some functions integrated into the instrument cluster?
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