I just got back form the dealer in regards to my ESP/ABS/BAS dash warning lights. It turns out to be "Quote" : A bad PCM Module . Of course I was told that this part is not in stock and has to be ordered from Chrysler and that it will take 8-10 days to arrive.
In most cases the sensor calibration thing would work, however this does not have any effect on my problem when I do it and I was told that the PCM Module is the reason why.
Now, the question is "Why" did a PCM Module go out on a car with less than 700 miles (681 miles to be exact) on it? He had no answer and I was told that this is the first car that he has seen with this problem.
Why did my battery die for no apparent reason? The answer was the PCM module drained the battery. I said ok if that the case and the PCM module is the cause and this bad PCM module is still in the car, then why is the battery not dead now?
The answer was "maybe you left the door open". I said nope, that is the first thing I checked when I hit the open door on my key when it didn't work. I looked for an open door and trunk, there was nothing open.
Not sure about that answer either, seems he was just fishing for an answer from me so he can say "Thats the reason why". Anyway I will let you guys know when the PCM module arrives and what happens when the dealer puts it in. I guess once the PCM module is installed , we will find out what killed the battery and possibly
the PCM module as well.
Thanks to all who tried to help .