Installed the handle/button and driver door harness into sons 21 Gladiator 80th Anniversary model. Used the Tazer to turn on proximity locks and everything worked as designed. Thanks to the forum folks for the information.
I guess we’re at the point where we’re talking past each other, and mixing in other behaviors of the system. To clarify, this can only be proved or disproved if you currently only have one passive entry handle installed.
The only thing I’m curious about is this specific scenario:
- you are sitting inside the vehicle with all doors closed and unlocked
- the engine is not running
- you open the driver door
- you press the power door lock switch on the inside of the driver door panel
- you exit the vehicle and shut the door
When you shut the door, does the vehicle honk the horn quickly three time and unlock the doors?
Or, do the doors remain locked?
If the doors automatically unlock, then this is incorrect behavior, and the fobik safe feature went into failsafe mode because of the fault in the RF Hub.
If the doors remain locked, then this is the normal behavior of the fobik safe feature, and that feature does not care about the fault stored in the RF Hub pertaining to the missing door handle switch.
If you have both handles installed correctly, there’s no reason for any testing, because everything you do will be normal operating behavior.
I ordered my drivers side only through AllMoparParts (Benny) just recently.Benny—can you provide the part numbers I would need to only do the driver side? All I can find on your site is the kit for both doors. Thanks!
|Part Number||Part Name|
|68299333AF||Front Door Wiring|
|68307269AC||Exterior Door Handle, Right|
|68307272AD||Door Handle Cap, Right|
Could you post a link to that video? Sounds like a good video. Apologies if it’s already been posted...I did this install today and after watching the you tube video a few times before my parts arrived it was super easy. Driver side took 30min and passenger side 15 min. I am thankful for this forum and the collective we have here.