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If the engine does not crank (or cranks but won't start), the wireless control module (WCM) may have locked up. This is due to static discharge through the ignition key. A revised model should be installed, but simply disconnecting the negative terminal of the battery for thirty seconds will temporarily reset the module so you can start the car.
Coolant leaks coming from the underbody on vehicles equipped with rear heat/AC are common. The underbody hoses should be inspected as part of regular maintenance. If you drive on roads where salt is prevalent the problem is generally more severe. Some 2005 models are involved in a special service action, no government recall was issued.
There have been reports of premature head gasket failure; an updated gasket design is available to correct this problem.
V6 engines may experience surging while driving. The condition is more noticeable between 40 and 50 MPH while accelerating up a hill/slight incline. Replacing the powertrain control module (PCM) and updating the transmission control module (TCM) software may be required.
A plugged AC evaporator drain tube can cause a water leak inside the car; usually near the front passenger's feet.
Software updates are available which may correct various electrical problems with the interior features and lighting.
The rear evaporator tubes in the rear HVAC unit may develop small leaks, causing weak or no air conditioning. A new rear evaporator unit has been designed to address this and should be installed to address this condition.
The automatic transmission used in these vehicles have had a high failure rate. Failures can be due to internal component or electrical component failure.
A bad ground on the left frame rail can cause intermittent operation of the radiator cooling fans or AC compressor.