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I have a small blue led flashing above dash - left side of windshield. Car is off, no obvious problems. Any ideas? I suspect it might be related to an aftermarket remote starter? 2007 Town & Country

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  • gwargo99 Dec 11, 2009

    It is sitting on top of the dashboard right where the left side of the windshield meets the dash. Looks like the wires for it were threaded up from under the dash. It's just a small blue bulb all by itself, NOT in the instument panel.

  • gelukc May 11, 2010

    Is it in the dashboard where all the warning lights are situated or where it is the light ?

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It could also be part of the theft-deterrent system.

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Ok I think it was tight up with your alarm system then .

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The dashboard is easy to take off, there are screws on the bottom underneath the dash holding it on and at the top are clips that should pop off and if you are careful, they won't break. It should come off from the driver side to the passenger side. The overhead console should also have some basic screws holding it up, they should be able to be removed and then you should be able to slide the wire above the ceiling carpet, you may want to use a small metal rod to help push it. To get to the wiring at the floor, the interior side panels can be unscrewed, the screws may have plastic tabs covering them that you can pop off, you should then be able to lift the carpet at the edges if any wires run below it or if you want to run the wires below it. Let me know if you have any questions and I will be glad to help
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