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C codes were 64, 66 and 68. All of those power Windows and doors function, and the wiring through the door shows no cuts or wear. Again can the cluster itself be the culprit?
All the clusters are the same for 2004 rams... Even across 1500 to 2500
I don't have the Vin handy, but I believe all G3 Ram trucks would be the same
No door ajar dash light. Cab lights dim and go out as they should. Alarm functions as it should. Still get cluster error codes though everything functions
frustrating thing is I've hooked up an ammeter at the battery, pressed the remote to lock doors and set alam, and watched amps drop from 1.3 to 0.04~0.03. 8 to 10 hours later battery voltage has dropped from 12.9 to12.4~5.
Other than repeating the process and watching the meter for a jump, what else can I do to determine thst it is in fact the cluster?