Question about Chrysler Town & Country
ABS LIGHT IS ON, TURN SIGNALS DO NOT WORK AND FAN FOR HEAT/A/C NOT WORKING
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: electrical problem
Turn off the car and pull out the key.
Check the alternator leads and the battery leads if they don't touch any other leads around them.(or each other-short circuit-as for the alternator)
Is the battery charged? It might have even died, partially, thus providing enough power only to the small consumers. In that case the engine wouldn't start- does yours?
Check the fuses, but this might be a serious problem, so replacing the fuses can't be considered a long time solution itself...(if they were burnt)
Can you fire up the engine?
Do the Gauges work right? And the dashboard lights(except those you already mentioned)?
However if you are not really familiar with all this, I'd suggest you to have it done by a car electrician, he could have it finished by tomorrow evening...
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Posted on Apr 16, 2009
I have a 2005 Chrysler T&C. The turn signal would not work at all or activate incorrect side. The switch is easy to remove as described by dukecityman.
Once the switch is of, it has four screws holding it together.I took this apart to find that there was a circuit-board which was contaminated with dirt. wiped it of, put it back together, working fine.
If you take it apart use caution. there are parts on the "top" which will fall out. ( they go right back in) The circuit-board is on the "bottom" half. You really only need to take this part off. (less moving parts)
Your going to replace it anyway, whats the harm?
Posted on Jan 28, 2010
Stop at a Tuffy or other shop and they can scan for codes to tell you which sensor may be faulty. Wheel sensors are easy to replace.
Posted on Apr 17, 2010
most of the time the resistor is located downwind of the blower motor so it should be not to fao from the blower motor in the right rear of the van behind the quater trim panel which is the hvac unit is located
Posted on Jun 01, 2010
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