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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 06-22-2019, 11:09 AM Thread Starter
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Hi folks,

Still chasing electrical issues with my jeep. First issue is the fused B wire from the TIPM to the wcm/skreem module. It’s only being fed 1.2v direct from fuse 17 in the TIPM. I believe this is the reason I’m having ignition issues and remote issues.

Secondly the door locks are only being fed 4v rather than 12v as they are meant to be. This results in none of the central locking working although you can hear the actuators trying to move.

Any suggestions as to where it what the issue could be?

I’ve looked for a pin out diagram from the TIPM but had no luck so far

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Hi folks,

Still chasing electrical issues with my jeep. First issue is the fused B wire from the TIPM to the wcm/skreem module. Itís only being fed 1.2v direct from fuse 17 in the TIPM. I believe this is the reason Iím having ignition issues and remote issues.

Secondly the door locks are only being fed 4v rather than 12v as they are meant to be. This results in none of the central locking working although you can hear the actuators trying to move.

Any suggestions as to where it what the issue could be?

Iíve looked for a pin out diagram from the TIPM but had no luck so far
You can try downloading a copy of the 2007 Caliber (similar to Patriot) manual and look at section 8W for wiring diagrams and information on the TIPM (section 8w-13-2) and the Relay Fuse Block (section 8w-11-2):

Index of /pub/chrysler-dodge/manuals/Service Manuals/2007_PM_Caliber

Hope this helps.

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post #3 of 4 (permalink) Old 06-26-2019, 05:27 PM Thread Starter
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For anyone interested. The fuse 17 feed wire to the wcm was broken. Itís a small red and green wire. It was broken in the front left wheel arch.

Itís symptoms it solved were constant warning chime stating key in ignition when that wasnít the case. Also the remote locking wouldnít work.

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Thanks for the update Frazzly, appreciate the info.

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