Question about 2000 Chrysler Concorde
HAD A FAULTY AFTERMARKET ALARM REPLACED. NEW ALARM WAS ACTING QUIRKY AND THE GAUGES STOPPED WORKING ON CAR, PERSON REPLACED WITH A NEW ALARM, SAID FUSE WAS BLOWN AND REPLACED. GAUGES WORK NOW BUT THE BRAKE LIGHTS REMAIN ON UNLESS YOU PULL FUSE. THE ALARM PERSON SAID THAT HE ONLY DEALT WITH WIRES FOR ALARM. THE CAR HAS HAD QUIRKY ELECTRICAL PROBLEMS BEFORE. ANY SUGGESTIONS WHAT TO CHECK OUT?
The installations of alarms I have seen over the years were with few exception very very poorly done, and always the cause of the electrical issues like yours and 100's of other problems, the alarm installer always denied there alarm was at fault, but when I restored the factory wiring the problems went away, HUM!, I will bet if you restore the wiring that everything will work again as designed.
Posted on Oct 08, 2008
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