This one drove me crazy, the AAT Sensor, this is the ambient air temp sensor that control the outside temp on the overhead console in your Dakota. this sensor is located on the front passenger side near the radiator. On the Dakota it is wired to the Heat/AC control module but on the Ram ECM the sensor signal wire is connected to the Ram ECM on C1 pin #22.So I cut the wire at the sensor and connected it to the ECM. The temp gauge in the overhead console did not immediately show the correct temp but later I noticed that it was right.
Dakota Backup Lights
must have power feed +12v from fuse 26 15a Brown wire with light green stripe
ASD relay output:
This relay controls the +12v to the fuel injectors and ignition coils. You must have this 12v on the brown wires with white stripes and it must be tied to the harness from the injectors and coils to the ECM C3 plug pin 19 and 28.
I have not started down this road yet, but I will soon, here is what I know, the Dakota steering wheel buttons does not have enough switch contacts to work with the Ram CC setup. From the wiring diagrams both clock springs are 6 position cables. Worst case is that I have to use the Durango/Ram steering wheel if it fits.
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