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Re: dashlight location for a 1999 sebring convertible
Not usualy 1 single bulb but a number of them.Not usual that they all stop working have you checked that the dimmer light hasnt been moved?If no luck with dimmer youll have to remove dash to change the bulbs.Anyway good luck and happy new year.
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Jan 31, 2011 - Uploaded by syyenergy7
Ignition Coil in Gen I distributor, Chrysler Sebring convertible. ... I have a 1997 Sebring Convertible and it has the 2.5v6. .....Some reason I thought this was about replacing the cam position sensor, now I realize it's actually the ...
the dash is big place, you meant cluster?
please state at least one bad bulb.
there are over 20 lamps that glow now
most are LED now, and are NO removable.
eg:back ground lamps? dash dimmer set too low?
CEL /SES dead.
warning lights dead, 1 or all?
when you key on any car the whole cluster, glows, this is called
power up self test, if this fails, you have a dead battery or blown fuse.
post exact symtoms and can advice exact fix.
or read the FSM.
It may not be a bulb, as the instrument cluster usually has a number of bulbs and they probably didn't all blow at once. Pulling instrument clusters can be touchy and may not be for the average "shadetree mechanic" however, typically there are a few screws above the cluster going into the dash pad and a few hidden behind the trim panels below the cluster.
So, this is not a 2000 Hyundai Sonata? I used to own a 2000 Honda Civic and I believe those lights get power from a fuse inside the fuse/relay panel located on the driver's side under the dash. Check all your fuses. If all fuses are good, you've got a wiring problem - check for power & ground at each bulb. Obviously, if you don't have power to them, it's a power distribution/wiring issue. If you do have power to them but no ground, it's still a wiring issue.