Question about 1998 Chrysler Concorde
When you replace the batteries in a key fob (or if the car randomly "un-syncs" with fob) you usually have to reprogram (kind of a sync) the fob to the car. Each manufacturer is different and usually involves turning the key over a certain number of times ( like 8) then operating the fob in a certain way like holding the lock button down for three or so seconds. I found out how to do mine on YouTube. You can search there for your specific re-syncing format or call a local Chrysler dealer
Posted on Jan 02, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sounds like your blower control modular. It is located on the passager side floor under the dash. If you can find the blower motor and follow the wires back from it will lead you right to it (about half a foot away from it). It plugs into it. and has two screws you will have to remove to get it out. The two screws can be kinda hard to get to and you will have to get the modular from the dealer but if you can change it this should fix your problem.
Posted on Mar 28, 2010
on the left side of the steering wheel, remove the plastic circular shape that your door touches when it is closed. your door must be open to remove. there you will find the heater fuse and many more.
Posted on Dec 06, 2010
No way, this keyless entry remote (for 1997-2001 Chrysler CIRRUS Keyless entry remote) must be programmed to your vehicle before it
will work. This can only be done at a professional automotive locksmith
shop. If you are unable to find a locksmith, the dealership will be able
to program it for you instead. There are no programming instructions
available for this keyless entry remote. It can only be done at the
locksmith or dealer with special equipment.
Hope this helps (remember to rate this answer).
Posted on Jan 11, 2011
The oil drain plug is located on the side of the oil pan, passenger side. It does not look like a typical drain plug, as it's one of those quick drain type. It is meant to be hand loosened and tightened. DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN or you are in for a world of hurt. Just firmly finger tight
Posted on Sep 04, 2012
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