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post #1 of 52 (permalink) Old 08-31-2009, 10:22 AM Thread Starter
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Dodge Nitro: Drivers Power Window Switch Issues

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NOTE It appears that before ordering a replacement drivers door Nitro master power window switch one should remove the switch that is to be replaced, and see what that switch shows as a part number. Using that info that is the number to order or it's replacement. See what took place with one of our members mkingan purchasing the WRONG switch 12/24/17 post.

Greetings all! I have a quick question for you guys. My 2007 Dodge Nitro locks all the doors when I increase speed past 15km. Handy feature for a family but not so handy for me. In the manual it tells you how to disable it, but apparently you need a higher class model. My old 2004 Neon had a way to disable this, so I can only assume they have a solution for me.

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Greetings all! I have a quick question for you guys. My 2007 Dodge Nitro locks all the doors when I increase speed past 15km. Handy feature for a family but not so handy for me. In the manual it tells you how to disable it, but apparently you need a higher class model. My old 2004 Neon had a way to disable this, so I can only assume they have a solution for me.

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Well I do have a 07 R/T that I can select as per the Owner's Manual. The only thing I can think of is this option can be turned on/off with a "flash" from the Dealer. My Wife had a 95 Chrysler product that she had "flashed" from the Dealer to turn on this option back then. Good question, but I don't have another answer for you at present. Check back later and see if someone else does! Thanks for your post.

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Welcome mikeraiwet!

Well I do have a 07 R/T that I can select as per the Owner's Manual. The only thing I can think of is this option can be turned on/off with a "flash" from the Dealer. My Wife had a 95 Chrysler product that she had "flashed" from the Dealer to turn on this option back then. Good question, but I don't have another answer for you at present. Check back later and see if someone else does! Thanks for your post.

I could be wrong, but I think there is a procedure to do this without having to see the dealer.
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Ok, so here is the issue. My passenger window will go down, but it wont come up. It doesn't work from either the passenger controls or the driver controls. I took the door apart and removed the regulator. I put juice to it and then reveresed polarity and the regulator works fine in both directions. Does anyone have any ideas? Am I looking at a relay issue?

Thanks in advance for any responses.
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Ok, so here is the issue. My passenger window will go down, but it wont come up. It doesn't work from either the passenger controls or the driver controls. I took the door apart and removed the regulator. I put juice to it and then reveresed polarity and the regulator works fine in both directions. Does anyone have any ideas? Am I looking at a relay issue?

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Do you have your window lock button depressed? I know it is simple but that would cause this issue wouldn't it?

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Drivers Power Switch Issue, HELP PLZ!

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my drivers power switch stop working, no power locks, no power mirrors, no power front windows. Just back windows works.
From each door switch expect the drivers, works fine.

I dont know if is the power switch, or the module that is above the drivers speaker (I dont know what this module do)
I need to replace something the thing is I dont know which one?
Please is someone can help me? I will appreciated.
I will attach a photo
power switch part number says: 68039 999 AB
10003140
Module says:
DM-FL
TEMIC (made in mexico)
2840185502300
(T) BFXX302802084
(P) 05026809AC

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Power Windows/Power Mirrors Problem

I have a 2011 Dodge Nitro Shock. The “Drivers Side Control Panel” for the “Front Only Drivers Side and Passengers Side Windows” is intermittent (will not go up or down occasionally). However the Front Passenger Window works properly with the “Passenger Side Control Panel”. Also the “Rear Windows” work properly from the “Drivers Side Control Panel”. Also the “Power Mirrors Control Select Switches L and R” fail at the same time the power windows fail. Taking to dealer for service tomorrow. Suspect problem lies in the drivers side door wiring harness as mentioned in past threads. Will update upon findings from dealer service.
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More than likely it is the harness: pinched wire. Also, loose connection. Harness plugs into switches and door jam. Good luck.






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This is an update to my original post. Before taking to dealer for service, I decided to try one last thing. It was mentioned in previous posts that the "Drivers Side Control Panel" is easy to remove. I applied pressure to both side edges of the plastic panel face and it lifted straight up out of the arm rest (held in place by four pressure clips). Once the contol panel was free of the arm rest, there are two wired plug on type connectors attached to the bottom of the control panel. I decided to try and reseat the connectors by unplugging them and then reconnecting them (in case of a faulty connection due to oxidation on the contacts) and this procedure corrected the problem. I reinstalled the control panel and the windows and mirrors have been operating properly ever since. Only time will tell if this problem will reoccur.
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This is a follow up to my original post as the problem has reoccured. Both of the front power windows and power mirrors have again failed (intermittent). I tried reseating the connectors to the "Drivers Side Control Panel" again but this time the problem remained. Returned vehicle to dealer for service under warranty. Problem was corrected by the dealer. The description on the service ticket was described as "Replacement of the right side door control module". Since this was an intermittent type of failure, only time will tell if it is finally fixed.
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