Question about 2007 Chrysler 300c AWD Sedan New Cars
There may be faulty relays or connections to the dash control board circuit. Check connections. You can easily pull out instrument cluster to access any wires. Most connections will be under the dash on drivers side.
Posted on Jul 29, 2009
Well get a voltmeter and if you have voltage running to the panels, then replace them, I bet you either have a bad ground or wiring issues though which are hard to track down. If there wasn't voltage there (make sure you have the car running when you check), the see if you have voltage at the fuses for those panels. From there you can determine where you are losing voltage which can be at many different places which makes it harder to track down, but hopefully the above will help you find the problem. Let me know how this turns out.
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
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