Dodge Repair Questions? Ask a Mechanic for Answers ASAP
Hello and welcome to just answer. You may have a failed TIPM (electronic fuse box), but I have seen issues where the PCM or ABS module can back feed the brake light circuit> Try this: Disconnect the ABS module connector near the left hood hinge. If the lights go out, then replace the ABS module. If they still stay on, then disconnect the PCM. If they go off, replace the PCM. If they are still on and there are NO after market things on the truck, then suspect a failed TIPM. Let me know what you find!
This is a diesel truck correct? If so, the PCM is mounted to the left side of the engine block. There are 2 connectors held in by a 4mm allen bolt. Remove the bolt and pull the connectors off.
No it will not deprogram the PCM. Don't worry about that.
No worries, just get back to me when you can,
Ok, sounds good and good luck!!
???? Wow. This truck is possessed. HMMM, under and behind the left front wheel, you will see 2 electrical connectors. Disconnect and check those connectors for water intrusion, corrosion, etc. If you see no problems there, then it has to be the TIPM. There is really nothing else left that will keep those lights on. Let me know how those connectors look.
Ok good. If those connectors ard good, then replace the TIPM.
Ok, well let me know when you get a chance.