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I have a 2007 dodge nitro anti-theft is on on it trying to reset it

2007 Dodge Nitro... | Answered on Dec 17, 2017


There is no adjustment they are preset by the manufacture of
the Automobile.

2007 Dodge Nitro... | Answered on Sep 14, 2016


You can't it needs to be done by a dealer, they have to
Evac all the old R134 and replace unit and then fill with all new oil and R134. Expensive fix.

2007 Dodge Nitro... | Answered on Sep 14, 2016


U codes mean Can Bus Communication Errors
The 110 E code means lost ambient temperature I would
assume that's in reference to Your A/C unit which uses R-134
not freon so don't attempt to try and add to it, take it to Your Dodge
dealer and they can fix it & clear the code for You.
Happy Motoring.

2007 Dodge Nitro... | Answered on Sep 14, 2016


Have you checked for a parasitic draw on the system . Something draining the battery .

2007 Dodge Nitro... | Answered on May 01, 2016


Note the diagram. The totally integrated power module is under the hood, see the fuse? Hopefully your owners manual will have fuse box legend, shows you a picture and tells you which fuse does what.
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2007 Dodge Nitro... | Answered on Mar 18, 2016


I am really suspicious of that thermostat.
How it is supposed to work is, there will be "no" coolant flow until the thermostat opens up , and it will not open until it reaches a certain temperature. (Like 160, 170, 180, 195, etc.) If it is working properly, it will close back up when subjected to colder water. This valve will keep the engine at that temperature. The things that can interfere are the heater hoses, or by-pass hoses., which route the the coolant other places. From your description, it sounds like the thermostat is not working.
You might take it out of the engine, and get yourself a candy thermometer, and put the thermostat in a pan of boiling water on the kitchen stove, and with the candy thermometer, check the thermostat and see if it is opening and closing properly as you change water temperatures.
God bless your efforts.

2007 Dodge Nitro... | Answered on Jan 22, 2016


That light is the Electronic Throttle Control Light or ETC Light. When this light is on it is warning you that there is a potential concern with the throttle control. It is best to get the vehicle to an Authorized Dealer at your earliest convenience. However if the light is on and flashing you may experience a racing/rough idle or engine stalling and your vehicle may require a tow. In this case get your vehicle to an Authorized Dealer right away.

2007 Dodge Nitro... | Answered on Jan 13, 2016


check battery connections (check battery voltage to)
then check for voltage at fuse panel

2007 Dodge Nitro... | Answered on Sep 23, 2015


Yes. You're right.


Good luck

Mai

2007 Dodge Nitro... | Answered on Aug 11, 2015


Sounds like your brake fluid is low. Make sure your master brake cylinder is full of brake fluid and check all the brake lines from the master cylinder to all four wheels and check all four wheels for fluid leaking. You should see wet areas if there is a leak. If there are no leaks you could have a bad brake cylinder its self.

2007 Dodge Nitro... | Answered on Aug 03, 2015


Different on each engine. Buy shop manual for details and torque values.

2007 Dodge Nitro... | Answered on Jun 27, 2015


blower resistor is bad

2007 Dodge Nitro... | Answered on Mar 08, 2015


well your gonna need a few special tools for this , im not sure your avg home mech would want to spend the money to buy them, (vac pump , charging hoses, referigerant, o-ring seal release tools) and etc. and thats just the itmes you need to make it work again, your gonna need the new condenser and some long-g-g socket extensions to reach the old one for removal

2007 Dodge Nitro... | Answered on Feb 11, 2015


Dodge does not use a fuse to control those lamps. Dodge uses a Totally Integrated Power Module or TIPM which controls the power to the lamps. This thing is located in the Engine Compartment in that big Fuse Box next to the engine. The unit is not a fuse but rather a self contained processor that regulates power to the Fog Lamps. This unit is replace as an assembly as it is not user serviceable. But before replacing it make sure the lamps actually work as simple as that is it is often overlooked. One more thing Dodge has employed the use of Circuit Breakers in the Wiring Harness so make sure they are working as well.

2007 Dodge Nitro... | Answered on Feb 07, 2015

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