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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Is it losing coolant? If yes posible weep hole on the water pumpAre the radiator fans switching on? The constantant control module (or similar nomenclature) may not be telling them to come on.
It's a dumb question, but...are you sure that when you replaced the T-stat you put it in right side up? Spring side toward the engine and you can see the triangular shaped arch before you put the cover on. Fixed that probably a dozen or more times. Those are the inexpensive do it your self fixes.If these don't work or apply. Check and see if the cooling system holds pressure. You can get a loaner at any chain autoparts store.or take your car to the shop and pay fifty or a hundred bucks for the diagnosis.
Posted on May 02, 2009
With out being able to see it sounds like you have a misadjusted or broken park lock cable. there is a cable that locks shifter in park unless Brake pedal is depressed. So if you are pressing the brake and can not shift into a gear. that would be the first place I would check
Posted on Oct 15, 2009
The warrenty should cover this problem. The oil pressure is a very important part of the powertrain.
As for the engine cutoff, this may be caused by the
powertrain control module shutting down the engine
due to little or no oil pressure to prevent serious
damage. This could be as simple as a bad oil pressure sending unit. But it could also be the oil
pump. In any case I would talk to the crysler dealer
to avoid voiding the warrenty. Hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 04, 2010
I will assume you are talking about the headlight?!
CAUTION: do not touch the glass of halogen bulbs with fingers or other possibly oily surface, reduced life will result.
1) Disconnect and isolate negative battery cable.
2) Remove headlamp unit retaining screws. (bolts)
3) Remove headlamp unit to expose back of unit.
4) Disconnect wire connector from back of headlamp bulb.
5) Rotate retaining ring counterclockwise.
6) Remove retaining ring.
7) Pull headlamp bulb and remove from headlamp unit.
1) Install headlamp bulb to the headlamp unit.
2) Install headlamp bulb retaining ring.
3) Rotate retaining ring clockwise.
4) Connect wire connector to bulb.
5) Install headlamp unit.
6) Install headlamp retaining screws. (bolts)
7) Connect the battery negative cable.
More detailed info on how to get unit out.
1) Disconnect and isolate the battery negative cable.
2) Remove the two retaining screws.
3) Remove the upper fascia retainers by prying under the head of the fasteners with a flat bladed tool.
4) Remove headlamp unit from fender side first, then pull headlamp unit out.
5) Disconnect the wiring harness from the bulbs.
6) Remove the headlamp unit.
1) Connect wire harness to the bulbs.
2) Install headlamp unit.
3) Install the retaining screws.
4) Install upper fascia retainers.
5) Connect the battery negative cable.
I hope this will help you to get the light changed.
Posted on Mar 12, 2010
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