Question about 2001 Chrysler Town & Country
Doesn't seem to occur on a regular basis. All the gauges drop down, the brake and ABS lights come on, and I am not sure, but I think the driving lights dim. This happens only for a second. Even when this is not noticable on the gauges it looks like the dash lights are flickering very fast.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Definately an electrical problem....first off, check the battery and alternator connections to make sure they are tight. The problem has to be before the fuse box because the headlights and interior lights are on different fuses. It sounds to me like a loose wire, corroded battery terminals, or an alternator that is going bad. An alternator is a relatively easy and cheap fix. They cost about $100 and require removing a few wires, 3 bolts, and the serpentine belt.
Posted on Jul 27, 2008
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