Question about 2006 Chrysler PT Cruiser
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
1st check fuse. Then see if power is coming to horn. A simple power checker can be found at most auto parts store. It may also have a horn relay. Look up your wiring at cargrus. If you still have problems contact me back.
Posted on May 25, 2009
Haven.t fixed it yet, but there is a bad wire or loose connection in a group of wires located behind the fuse panel. In the group of wires one of them is apparently the problem. When I move the wires the blower motor and power windows work, but they eventually stop again. I haven't had time to find and fix the exact wire that's the problem yet, it's not an area that I can easily get to!
Posted on Jul 05, 2009
CAUTION!!!!!!!!!!! freon is under high pressures 90-200 Pounds per square inch. the system must be completley evacuated for this part to be safley changed. Also it is against federal and state laws to discharge freons into the atmosphere due to there high levels of CFC's. 134a is a non cfc product but is illegal due to its chemical properties, the chemical make-up of the products robs oxygen from the air making it a silent killer.
aside rom that the switch is most probably held in with a snap ring, which can be removed with a set of snap ring pliers available at many auto parts stores.
Posted on Aug 29, 2009
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