Needing HELP... Please!!

Discussion in 'Challenger DIY/Tech Info' started by SupAurora, May 19, 2017.

  1. SupAurora

    SupAurora New Member

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    Hey everyone! I'm new to this forum thing, so bare w me, please -

    Tryna reach out & get some help on a few things.
    Appreciate any help in advanced...


    I got a 2010 Dodge Challenger (V6).

    Problem #1:
    - A few months after I purchased my car, the driver window wouldn't go back up all the way when I'd shut the driver door. It leaves a gap. I'm not sure if I have to take it in to get fixed or if I can re-calibrate it somehow on my own?
    When you walk up to the car, you'll see the gap at the top of the window. When you open the door to get in, it won't go down (because it already is), but won't go back up once you shut the door, unless you're inside to do it manually, or get into the passenger side & reach over & put it up. Once you've put it up & are getting out of the car, the window will go down a little like it's supposed to.
    Is there anything I can try to do to correct this problem? Is this common?

    Problem #2:
    - The turn signals in the rear are 'upgraded' to the sequence pattern. (Instead of the whole light blinking all together to go left or right, it's divided up to 3 sections that takes turns when you use the signal to go whichever direction - you see this mostly on the newer Mustangs). Well, a light had went out on my passenger side a few months ago, so I replaced it & it was working fine. Today, I realized that my drivers side is working like it should, but the passenger side isn't. Instead of the sequence pattern, the whole thing is blinking at the same time.
    How can I fix this? & What may have caused this?



    Hoping these problems can be a quick & easy fix!
     
  2. 13OrngChallRT

    13OrngChallRT Full Access Member

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    I found this on here found this on the web...

    1. Turn the*Ignition*to the Run position.*

    2. Regardless of current*window*position, move the driver side front window upward until the window stalls in the full up position. Allow the window motor to stall for at least 2 seconds before releasing the switch.*

    3. Move the driver side front*window*downward until the window stalls in the full down position. Allow the window motor to stall for at least 2 seconds before releasing the switch.*

    4. Move the driver side front window upward until the window stalls in the full up position. Allow the window motor to stall for at least 2 second before releasing the switch.*

    5. Repeat steps 2, 3 and 4 for the passenger side front window.*

    6. Verify the windows are properly calibrated by operating the express down feature on the windows. Repeat this procedure if the calibration failed. If unable to properly calibrate after the second attempt, check the Driver’s Door Module (DDM) and Passenger’s Door Module (PDM) for Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCs) and correct as required

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  3. Tatt2Jack

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    I'm guessing you'll have to contact the manufacturer of the aftermarket turn signals to see what that problem is. Unless someone here has had that issue.

    Good luck ...
     
  4. BlackberrySmoke

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    If the recalibration doesn't work (and it won't) this is likely a latch switch malfunction. If you take it to the dealer they're going to replace the entire latch. That's $145 in parts plus their labor. If you have any mechanical aptitude you can replace just the switch yourself. 70 cents a pair from any online Mopar parts house. Part # CEA1M241AA, assuming the '10 is the same as the '12. Interestingly FCA recalled the 11's for this, but not the other model years. Based on forums the problem continues through at least '15.

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