the buzzer in the car stays on while the car is moving. as soon as the car stops the buzzer stops.
Take the car back to dodge. They will tell you what the problem is and how to fix it.
i have already talked with a dodge dealer, their suggestion was to leave it with them and they would try to figure out the problem. they also stated that it could take 2 or 3 days. diagnostic rates $95.00 per hr. maybe it's time to kill the buzzer. shojidog
its almost surely a door sensor. Most likely the rear hatch. Its signaling that a door is ajar while it is moving. If its not a sensor its probably the body control module. Chrysler calls it the central timer module (CTM) and you would need to replace it. Buy a used one and do it yourself.
John; now that makes good sence. even though we don't have a door ajar light on, maybe the light is also out.. we have already changed the CTM with a used one and made sure all the numbers matched so we should be good there. now can't wait to check the door sensors as this has been a real pain in the _ _ _ . Thank You so much for the suggestion. Shojidog ( Gus )
Also a possibility to check the door wire loom on the drivers door, overtime the wires may become brittle, and short out in side the door. try closing all doors roll down all windows and slightly pull on each door to see if one door latch sensor is tripping to soon.
John; we struck out again. Could not find a bad sensor , and like I had said before already changed the CTM. Meanwhile still buzzing till someone has another idea. at this point still lost. Shojidog ( Gus )
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