The internal lights of my Chrysler Neon car is always on.
I noticed for the past day or 2, the internal lights of my Chrysler Neon 2.0 are always on. Whenever l drive, the lights are on, the lights are the reading lights underneath the viewing mirror and the roof top lights in the car. Even after i remove the keys from the ignition, the lights stay on. I always have to disconnect my battery every now and then. I have also checked my fuses. Kindly help me please!!!!!! Sheriff from United Kingdom.
Re: The internal lights of my Chrysler Neon car is always...
I had the same problem a few months ago. If you locate the pressure switches on the door frames (which are pushed in as the doors are closed to switch off the lights) you will see that the centre of each switch is adjustable. Working on each of the doors, if you carefully pull the centre of the switch out slightly and then close the door the switch should then adjust itself and create the contact needed to switch off the interior lights. I hope this helps. David W
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There are 2 possibilities for this to happen. 1. Inside the steering column there is a faulty circuit. 2. The horn relay has an internal fault. The horn works on a grounding type system, which means that +12V is always available to the circuit and when grounding happens at any point it will activate the relay to send the voltage to the horns. So if your horn is randomly going off then there is a temporary grounding action somewhere.
Time delay relay is the relay that allows the interior dome light to remain on for a brief time when you enter or leave the car.Usually the lights will remain on for a few minutes and then dim down and finally off.
It sounds like the daytime running lights were put on that circuit and the relay removed to keep them on constantly.
This sounds like a time and material repair that a shop will have to do. Tracing the wiring installed by the previous owner may be required to find out what was done.
First of all, it's a VW, so it shouldn't have ANY "neon green stuff", it should have pink G12 coolant from VW. If the leak is getting worse, it's a hose failing, and splitting worse and worse under the cooling system pressure. find the leaking hose and replace it, but I'd recommend using a VW specific mechanic, so the "neon green stuff" doesn't make it back into your car, where it shouldn't be.
Check the Transmission Dipstick OIL level to ensure the level is up to the FULL mark. A low oil level will be insufficient to keep the drive engaged as the system gets hot, and will eventually damage the internal gearing, and also the seals. Regards, DT
I just had the same problem' I hate to say.... but it's the PCM under the hood on the drivers side. It manages the voltage of the charging system circuit internally, and originally I thought it was the alternator B/C it was putting out around 20V. The only good news is that I found out finally that the motor (2.0L 4Cyl non turbo) was Chrysler/Dodge common and will swap out with the Sebring - Avenger - Neon 4Cyl motors from '98 to '99. These motors are very specific to this PCM so check your facts first but I finally got it from Orielly's Auto Parts store w/ 3 day ground shipping for around $150.00.... Good Luck
Yes the imobeliser and alarm ar all part of the anti theft device. Both are either disabled with your key or a remote. If it's remote button you press then it may just need a new battery. If it's remote central locking then alway's open the door with the remote and not the key.
Did the lights always stay on for a little while? Sometimes they will remain on for about 30 seconds then turn off. You should have a battery saver or day lights relay in your fuse box. Try putting a relay you know works into that slot and see if the lights turn off when you shut off the car. If so, you have a sticking relay.