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Headlights won't come on

Car runs fine, but the headlights won't come on and the windshield wipers won't turn off. Rear defroster and wiper won't work. Blinkers and flashers won't come on.

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  • Darlena Nov 01, 2012

    Car is a 2006 PT Cruiser

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Multi function control switch has to be replaced.

Posted on Nov 01, 2012

  • Darlena Nov 01, 2012

    Thank you Rocky! That makes sense. The car acts like someone rewired it.

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SOURCE: the headlights and fog lights,horn,blinkers,wipers,a/c,heater,and

pull the hazard switch out of your dash and replace the hazard fuse, it's about $25- $30 from the VW parts department. It took me a lot of time and money for such a simple fix.

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I just had this problem and took the car back as I had just bought it. They told me there was a build up of sludge in the washer bottle that had blocked the pipes. They cleaned the pipes and the washer bottle out and it's working like new now!!

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SOURCE: the blinkers don't work.

I believe chryslers disable flashers when a flasher bulb is burnt out.

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replace the COMBINATION SWITCH

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SOURCE: Windshield wipers come on when I start the truck and will not go off, turn signal won't work, high beams won't work, windshield washer won't work, windshield wiper variable speed won't

Hi,
The 'stalk' that controls all these functions is faulty. Your truck SHOULD still be under warranty...Take it in.

GL,
Td

Posted on Oct 08, 2012

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