Question about 1994 Chrysler LHS
Hi Loren, I'm glad to help! Provided there is nothing wrong with the ALARM MODULE, the most common problem we've found at the dealership is the door lock alarm switches. I would try those before getting into the more expensive possibilities. There cost very little, BUT, a little hard to put on. If you know someone or you are mechanically inclinded. You remove the door panels, roll the windows all the way upward. Look up at the back side of the door lock cylinder and you'll see where they plug to the back of the cylinder. Unplug it from the cylinder and put the new one on. THATS IT! Put the panel back on and hopefully the alarm problem is gone. If the problem is still it will need to be checked out. BUT, this is the most common problem we have found. Hope this helps and have an awesome day Loren!
Posted on Jun 22, 2014
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