2011 Dodge Charger electricol issue

Asked by Feb 10, 2018 at 08:06 PM about the 2011 Dodge Charger

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

So my batterie went out last week we passed cables and
it kept dieing, so I bought a new batterie the car runs find
everything was working till I got home put the alarm on,
the  door locked but for some reason the engine light
stayed on the press bottom to start it stayed on and it
said it was on run and on neutral. the lights to the
dashboard also would not turn off . so the next morning
the car was completely dead they checked the alternator
it was good took it to 3 different agency’s and can’t figure
out what going on with the car I have change the
computer module the cluster and the car still does the
same thing .. know there say I would have to do all the
electrical wiring and that’s like 3/5000 . Can that’s really
be the problem the car still runs good but if I turn it off
over night it will be completely dead .. thanks in advance
for and advice

2 Answers

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Sounds like a bad ground somewhere. I'd let a reputable Chrysler dealer look at it. HTH. -Jim

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Hello I need a little assistance right now my girlfriend have a Dodge Charger 2011 Se and yesterday it was running hot the cooling was on H and a car was smoking I thought it was the oil but it wasn't the oil as of yesterday we put Cooling in it and it was all gone so I don't know if there's a broken hose but there's liquid sitting in the middle of the engine I went ahead to take some things apart just don't understand what is the square box in the middle of the engine next to the oil filter I looked everywhere for a broken hose and where the cooling will lead to and it's only one holes I found that was in the middle

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