The following codes appeared U110E, U1411, U1120, U0101 and U110C

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IRISHA
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  • 2005 DODGE DURANGO
  • V8
  • 2WD
  • AUTOMATIC
  • 191,500 MILES
When I take the key out of the ignition the vehicle remains on then it eventually shuts off. It does not happen all the times, but the other day all of the indicators light came on the dash board.
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Sunday, October 12th, 2014 AT 2:06 AM

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Tiny
JACOBANDNICKOLAS
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The U110E code is for a loss of signal from the ambient temperature sensor. I do not think that is the cause of this problem.

U1114 is an issue with the fuel volume signal. It is implausible and the PCM cannot recognize it.

U1411 is a lost or no signal from the ABS module.

U1120 is the same as U1411

U0101 is a lost communication with the transmission control module (TCM)

U110c deals with a loss of communication with the fuel level sensor.

Okay, none of these is going to cause the engine to not shut off. However, all of these have a couple things in common. The information supplied is through the CAN C bus. The CAN C bus is made from two twisted pair wires that are 22 gauge in diameter. The CAN C Bus (+) wire is white with a light green stripe and the CAN C Bus (-) is white with a light blue stripe. Yes, this is located in wiring loom. I believe you either have a broken or damaged wire in this set of wires. If you go to the following page, it provides all of the wiring schematics for your vehicle. At that point, it is a matter of tracing wires to see if that is where the problem is from.

http://www.rambodybuilder.com/year.pdf

In addition, the other common issue with all these codes is a bad PCM.

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Monday, October 13th, 2014 AT 5:42 PM
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MAXIMILIAM
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Hi, I will take it to a shop to be repaired. Thank you so much! Have a great day!

Sincerely,
Yolanda I. Ramalho
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Tuesday, October 14th, 2014 AT 6:29 AM
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BIGGROB49
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Hi, I am having that same problem. The engine light soon as I put on the heat I get these icon on the dash and then it stops. Why this is happening? 2006 Dodge Charger RT.
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Friday, March 4th, 2016 AT 2:32 PM
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ROUMEN ANTONOV
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I had the exact same issue. Took it to several shops, replaced the PCM (aka the computer), replaced the ASD (auto shutdown relay) all to no avail.
Then I took it to a shop that had all the necessary vendor software and it turned out to be the fuse/relay/switch box in the left well inside the car. The cover is next to your left foot when you are in the car.

Apparently the rubber gasket of the sunroof does not prevent water from getting into the vehicle and there are two small holes connected to drains that take the water down and out. The holes are clearly visible in the front corners of the sunroof opening when the sunroof is open.

Mine were clogged by dirt/leaves/pine needles and other stuff, so the water found its way through the left column (next to the driver) and all the way to the said fuse box. That caused massive corrosion of the box' PCB and erratic behavior with all the codes you mention. Once the fuse box was replaced (part number 56049173AE) the car runs like a dream.

Of course you also need to keep the drains and the holes clear.

Hope this helps!
R.
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Wednesday, January 25th, 2017 AT 11:40 AM

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