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Do you know what codes are in the ABS module?
Did you use a cheap code reader or a scantool? A cheap code reader will only retrieve ODBII information such as misfires and O2 sensors.. I would use the DRBIII here at the dealership to retrieve the codes.. Post them here when you get them..
If you disconnect the battery for 2 min and reconnect does it still do the same thing?
Yes it will only retrieve ODBII codes, you will need an actual scantool to retrieve the ABS codes.. Once you get them post the P codes here so I can help you get it fixed..
Ok just post them here when you get them so I can see what is going on..
If there is no communication with the BCM then you will need to check the 12v and ground to the BCM and if good then replace the BCM..
Actually your 2003 DR Ram doesn't have an actual BCM, the ElectroMechanical Instrument Cluster (EMIC) is your BCM for your model..
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