2003 Dodge Durango central timer module location and instru

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  • 2003 DODGE DURANGO

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2003 Dodge Durango V8 Two Wheel Drive Automatic 120000 miles

none of my interior lights work or my headlights, door locks, alarm system, intermittant windshield wipers. My question is where is the central timer module located on my dodge durango and how do I replace it?

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Friday, April 16th, 2010 AT 4:30 PM

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CENTRAL TIMER MODULE
The Durango (DN) utilizes a Central Timer Module (CTM).
The CTM performs most of the typical functions a Body Control Module would perform.
CTM provides the following features:
Battery Saver Functions For Exterior and Interior Lamps Chime Warning Courtesy Lamps Dome Lamps Dome Defeat Door Ajar Switch Status Fog Lamps Head Lamp Time Delay Intermittent Wiper Controls Low and High Beam Head Lamps Optical Horn Park Lamps Central Locking (VTSS) Door Lock Inhibit Driver Door Unlock Enhanced Accident Response Power Door Locks Remote Radio Remote Keyless Entry Vehicle Theft Alarm (VTSS)

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The Central Timer Module is located behind the left side kick panel. It contains 26-way, 16-way and 12 way connectors. Before you change it, scan for "B" and "U" codes, most shops have scan tools that can read "B" codes, but the "U" codes may need the Chrysler DRBIII scanner... And the module may need info from the old mod programmed into it...


http://www.2carpros.com/forum/automotive_pictures/62217_CTM_1.jpg

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