Question about 2002 Chrysler Town & Country
This is common problem with most vehicles unfortunatley no easy fix I suggest you take it to a shop the troubleshooting involved can be a nightmare trust me, could be actuall switches, the control boards, relays, shorts in wiring but if you want to attempt it yourself youll need an electrical repair manual for your car and diagrams as well as testing procedures for those affected circuits and a multi tester and test light... have fun I wish you luck with it I do this for a living and dont like it... I suggest taking it to the deasler or a good shop with electromechanic!
Posted on Feb 04, 2009
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