Question about 2000 Chrysler Cirrus
You probably have a bad sensor or relay. There are several different sensors and relays that can cause this. But you're in luck, cars made after 1996 can be easily diagnosed with a code reader that simply plugs into the pigtail under the dash. It will give you the computer codes for problems with your electrical system. Dealerships charge alot of money to read the codes. But, for the same cost or less you can buy a code reader online (like e-bay) and you'll own it. It's a handy tool and will save alot of guess work & unnessary repairs.
Posted on May 16, 2010
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