Then take the circuit board out of the cluster, by removing all eight to ten screws. On your way out of the car if your foot gets hooked on the brake pedal and lifts it upwards it will push the switch out of its socket slitghly and closes the switch truning your lights on when not pressing the pedal. It's a rectangular panel in the right corner that pops off to reveal the fuse panel. Depress the clips while pushing the eye hole up. Remove the air control door cables two of them. We took it to the store and when we came out, the battery was dead.
I have the above car, with 64,100 miles on it. Carefully set the dash cover aside. Both panels have a numbered layout on the inside of the covers. The fuel pump is most likely in the gas tank. There are two separate interior panels located on each end of the dash. I am not sure but there may be one under the dash on the drivers side.
It is pointing towards the rear of the vehicle. To change the bulb you have to get under the car and look for where the fog light housing is located. Use new electrical tape to attach the wiring harness to the tab. Then use a small screw driver to carefully pry the circuit board out of the one half. Remove all the pins and screws and remove the panel to expose the battery. To take out the gauge cluster, remove the two screws from the top and two from the bottom, then pull it straight out, disconnecting the two plugs on its back — to do that, lift the plastic lock clips on the circuit-board side of the connectors.
You'll have to remove the dash silencer above the driver's legs as well. Remove the four screws holding it in the bracket. Odometer and Tachometer Repair: Chrysler Sebring, Chrysler Cirrus, Plymouth Breeze, and Dodge Stratus based on a post by Lou Cloud99c and This project can take two hours of time and a Torx driver , and starts with removal of the battery ground the negative, or black, terminal. It has a cover that pops off. Vehicle: Chrysler Sebring Dash Cover Mat Pad - Fits 1995 - 2000. Your owners manual will give you a table showing the fuse number and the location. Open the door and it should be on the dash body.
This should solve your issue. You will have to remove the dash by taking out the screws around the radio and on the left side of the dash. There is also one under the hood on the drivers side. So as not to run the battery down again, we have removed the fuse, but I obviously cannot drive the car like that. Closely look at the board; a cluster of three blue resistors two of them are labeled R101 R210 may be in a brown to black part of the board. Remove red courtesy reflector from lower tail or door. Unplug everything from the fuse box, then remove the three screws holding the fuse box in place.
It is held in with three bolts having 12 mm heads and one bolt that also attaches a wiring harness clamp. The first one is on the driver side of the engine compartment by the battery. The thermostat housing is located at the rear end of the top radiator hose. Using jumper wires, soldered away from the resistor joints, to replace the board traces may prevent a future failure. For 1999 - 2005 models: There's definitely one on driver's side under the hood.
To the left of the pulley looking from the passenger side of the vehicle the tensioning bolt is situated at a right angle to the pulley bolt. Perhaps even the one for the transmision lockup converter as well. You will have to open either the driver's or front passenger door to access them. It will be snug… Behind the thermostat housing. Once it all cools down, clean the area with a little high-grade alcohol to remove flux, and put it back together. Disengage by prying… There is one on the drivers side down by your left leg if you are sitting in the drivers seat.
This holds the relays and j fuses for the major functions of the car. If after making sure the switch if fully activated you see your lights still on then I would unplug the switch, if this shuts off the lights your switch is fualty and needs replacement. If you research this particular problem you should get the answer your looking for. There are a couple of fuses like the one… There are two fuse panels on this car. Then press down on the brake peddle making sure it still allows the switch to close. Vehicle: Chrysler Sebring Dash Cover Mat Pad - Fits 1995 - 2000.