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ASSBONG
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3/29/2012
13:41:01

Subject: RE: CTM - Central Timing Module
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WOW THIS POST IS SO F*CKING POINTLESS THERES NOTHING BUT IDIOTS HERE TRYING TO FIGURE OUT HOW MUCH A CTM COSTS. NEWS FLASH YOU F*CKING RETARDS THEYRE VERY F*CKING EXPENSIVE NO MATTER WHERE YOU GO AND NO THEY WILL NOT INTERCHANGE FROM OTHER VEHICLES BECAUSE YOU HAVE TO PROGRAM THEM. YOU DUMBASSES ARE AS USEFUL AS MY FRIEND CUP OF SH!T. F*CK ALL OF YOU. I HOPE YOU END UP GETTING RAPED BY THE DEALER CAUSE NO ONE WANTS TO HELP YOUR SORRY ASS. F*CK YOU MOTHERF*CKERS



Keith
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5/28/2013
02:41:26

RE: CTM - Central Timing Module
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I've traced my drain (~500mA) to my CTM (pulling fuses). I'm hoping that there is just a short in one of the accessories it feeds and not the CTM itself. The only electrical issues I have other than the drain are flickering dome lights, and that might just be from the low battery. I have an '02 Dakota 4.7L 4x4 Sport Ed. so no power anything, no aftermarket electrical accessories, and not much to go wrong... Does anyone have a wiring diagram for a damien-chrysler CTM? (model and serial # attached in picture)

I'm pretty sure my issue is in the "upper" (largest) of the the three wiring bundles which seems to control the "front of vehicle" accessories, because when I unplug it the drain stops (unfortunately I also loose my headlights & such). The drain also stops when I pull the "bottom" (white) bundle but I think that's just because it contains the power to the CTM.

My short term solution has been to unplug the battery after each trip and I have noticed that there is a slightly audible "clicking sound" near the battery tray, which does go away when I pull the fuses to the CTM & kill the drain. Battery tests fine at autozone, and is new but has also been drained pretty low (twice now). Oddly this clicking (and corresponding drain) is periodic and never happens in the morning when the vehicle is cold, but always happens in the afternoon when it is warmer out. I'm pretty sure it's the sound of electrical discharge but I don't see any sparking in the dark and I can't tell exactly where it's coming from.

Any advise would be appreciated,

Thanks,
Keith



lee mcdaniel
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6/01/2018
18:44:01

RE: CTM - Central Timing Module
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where is the ctm on my 2002 dodge dakota sxt 4wd 3.9v6 gas



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