Originally Posted by Marlon_JB2
amc2002, may I ask you a few questions which you may have already answered in this thread... (sorry, but it's 25 pages)
I'm just curious and will be talking to Quality about this tomorrow...
Last 8 of VIN and MDH number which is listed on the build sticker, attached to the driver's side front door.
Thanks, Marlon... I don't have the car right now (it is with the dealer - Town & Country in Levittown, Ny) so I can't get the MDH number. It has been in their possession for most of my ownership and they have put on about 40% of my miles so far.
But here is the VIN: 1C4RJFBG4EC119693
There is another # on the car sticker, don't know if it helps: L4-VON 2386
Perhaps you can get the MDH from Town & Country. Thanks again.
EDIT: Just another note, so you don't have to read the whole thread -- I think my issue started with the bad ground." There are maybe 5 or 6 of us on here who had similar issues.
1st visit - Codes C2101-17, C2112A-16, U0100-00, U0125-00. One of these is high voltage, and we suspect the ABS module was fried because of it. Dealer just replaced the ABS module since that was the only definitive code of something that was definitely "bad."
2nd visit - Codes C2101-17 and B21DD-85 - dealer found loose "negative ground wire from battery cable to frame." I drove the first 200-250 miles in this condition (loose ground) and by the time they found the issue, I think it had damaged my car beyond help. At least that's what I suspect based on all the notes from other folks in this list.
3rd visit - Car showed "Service 4WD System." Codes P007E & P1B14 found. Diagnosis - "final drive module had internal failure -- defective - replaced transfer case control module."
4th visit - Car is currently in for "Service 4WD System" again.