I turn it down to select the left turn signal and does not work at all anymore. I have to go to work . I think they've finally fixed it! We got the dust blown off of and the soot blown out of our bikes and had a great lunch in Brenham. Truck would not start. Truck will not start, stalls out in traffic and fuel pump continues to run even after vehicle is turned off and key removed. Today (Friday) I got it back. The manufacturer was not notified of the failure. Is there a fuse in line with the 6 gauge that you could pull loose instead of disconnecting the wire from the battery? I was able to safely coast to the shoulder and stop. Also happens if you are towing on an incline and you spin up engine before releasing foot brake. Other than the emergency equipment, there are no aftermarket mods. After waiting a while I reconnected the battery and all systems came back on and I was able to start the truck and drive it home. This could have been a one time occurance as it hasn't happened again. Service 4wd light came on shortly after an oil change. Well, at 0316 this morning I was awakened by the horn blasting on the truck and the bride cursing all things Dodge. I am not certain if this is a ploy to skirt the lemon law or not. When you release the brake the car begins forward then all warning lights come on and car shuts down from 1 to 10 seconds. The vehicle was diagnosed by the dealer but not repaired. I managed to pull the vehicle to the side of the road. I have contacted local dealer, from whom I purchased the vehicle, 3 times. You would do this in order to not roll back. The approximate failure mileage was 6,000 and the current mileage was 25,000. . [xxx] information redacted pursuant to the freedom of information act (foia), 5 u. S. C. 552(b)(6). Okay guys and gals, I finally have a little bit of time to ask for some help here. Right knee bumps the large key turning it, and shutting off the engine, making it hard to control. I know he won't pay it, but I want him to know that I proved that the alarm is not malfunctioning due to my incompetence. Research online shows that Dodge/Chrysler are in a class action lawsuit regarding this item, but no recall has been issued. … You're better off using a switch to activate a relay. In addition, the speedometer and the turning signals failed to operate. I ran a common frame ground with pigtails for everything; I am not intruding on any circuits. As the lights flickered I could hear relays clicking under the hood and dash. First time they hooked computer to vehicle and said everything was normal. BTW, I forgot to add that all of the equipment is turned off at night when I park it, so no feedback or vibration from the radio is occurring. They replaced them all. I also drove another truck same equipment it did not exhibit the problem. The vehicle was taken to a dealer where it was diagnosed that the third brake light needed to be replaced. After turning the vehicle off, the fuel pump remained running and caused power to drain from the battery. Alarm systems have become common features on cars all around the world, and provide extra security for your vehicle. The Perko (I have one in the boat) is just too large to fit where I wanted to install it, right where the cable comes off tha battery. That's going to have to be one helluva switch to control all that stuff. This causes an abrupt slowing without alerting vehicle behind you. Third time they were to take more readings and transmit to Chrysler, also at that time they were to work on transmission. Anyway, they are going to test the "upgrade" to see if that is the problem. While accelerating to a normal pace on a highway my vehicle suddenly lost all electrical power and the engine stalled. If the problem continues , theres a problem with the truck . As with all the other times, there was no one trying to get into the truck. lamateo, I appreciate the link. The contact stated that while driving approximately 70 mph, the vehicle suddenly began to decelerate and lose power. The failure mileage was 20,000. During both instances, I coasted through the turn to a stop but had difficultly steering and braking. The vehicle was taken to an independent mechanic, who diagnosed that the integrated power control module failed.