I found a module under my left/rear seat that has a couple cables connected
to it. It has the following numbers on top:
DELPHI DELCO ELECTRONICS
Anyone have any ideas as to what this module is? I was thinking it is my
satellite radio option but can't say for certain.
I left out the year in my last post and by the time I saw it was missing I
couldn't stop the sending of it.
I figured it was after doing more research. I hope its not going to be an
issue when I pull it out when the "free" service I'm now receiving stops. I
really am not interested enough in it to pay for the subscription. Besides,
I could use the storage space under the seat that this thing now takes up.
I will disconnect it this weekend and see what happens.
I have the sane thing on my 2007 Nitro. Its a boxx that controls your
satillite radio. Here is the web site:
LOL. That happened my last 2 Dakotas and I've seen it on a lot of others.
The clear is so thin that its almost non-existent. The roof, just over the
windshield, right? I overlook the paint failures for the rest. I love
Dodge vehicles, don't get me wrong. Dodge doesn't seem to care about gas
mileage or paint when they design. I guess if you have to cut costs
somewhere paint would be it. It looks great for a couple years after the
sale then goes to hell after that. The sale is done anyway. Still a nice
vehicle - you just have to repaint it every so often. I am going to try
waxing more often on my new one and see if that helps any. It is tedious
work for a solution to what should have been done right beforehand but it
may help it last longer.
I love the colors on the 07's. Mine is metallic-black clear coat (HA, clear
coat - thin as hell on this one too). It is a beautiful color though and I
love the way it drives. It floats. It doesn't have near the same power as
the 5.2L but way more than the new V6. The new V6 feels like driving with
the brakes on because of the lack of power. The 4.7L is a lot stronger but
not strong enough. All in all, the new design is pretty nice. Go test
drive one. Test drive the V6 and V8 both.
don't know how long. depends on where you live probably. I'm in Texas and
the sun is relentless here in the Summer. My daughter's Neon is doing it
too so it's not only a Dakota problem. My wife's 02 Intrepid hasn't started
yet but I'm sure it will sooner or later.
Not a big deal to me anyway. I own 5 Dodges (one is for sale - 2000 Dakota)
and I will continue to own them with or without paint problems. They are
still by far the best vehicle on the road for the money even with paint
issues. Not to mention leadership in style. All the others seem to copy
the designs of Dodge because they know Dodge is the best. Since I can paint
cars the paint problems are not that big of a deal anyway.
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