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How to adjust headlights on a 2005 PT Cruiser.

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the crank sensor is located on back right side of engine by were the trans. bolts the no start when could or hot?

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SOURCE: headlight adjustment

If you look at the front of the headlight, there are actually a couple of screws around the edge. These are your adjustment screws.

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SOURCE: my headlights,windshield wipers, and turn signals wont work

check all your fuses. replace any and all bad ones. if fuse blows again u have a short somewher

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SOURCE: 2005 pt cruiser misfire low rpm

Have your plugs and wires checked for replacement:)

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SOURCE: '05 PT Cruiser O2 sensor problems.

I had a similar problem with my car. It turned out the O2 sensors were fine and the issue was a leak in the throttle body causing the engine to run lean. If you have an ODB2 scanner you can look at fuel trims, etc and will be able to tell.

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On my 05 PT Cruiser a rat ate the headlight/blinker wiring behind the right headlight up to the harnis. Is there a easy fix, wire routing diag?

there is nothing wrong with splicing new wires as long as it is done well and weather tight. I think if you call a dealer for a price on the harness you will find that repairing the wiring will probable save you several hundred dollars. really not worth replacing something that can be repaired.

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Jan 03, 2016 | 2005 Chrysler PT Cruiser

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Head lights dont work on my chrysler pt cruiser 2006

What have you checked with the lights.........
1. globes not burnt out?
2. Fuse for Headlights?
3. The headlight relay?
Check in your owners manual for the location of the fuses and relays for your PT Cruiser..

Sep 23, 2015 | 2006 Chrysler PT Cruiser

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Yes, i have a 2003 chrysler pt cruiser and i just put a new battery in it now my dash, headlights and dome lights flicker real bad?

The issue seems to be common among the 2001-2005 models of PT Cruiser. Changing the battery (from other answers on other years with similar issues) seems to short out things like the lights and the stereo. Some suggestions for fixing it, if you can't find where the electrical wiring for the lights attaches to the battery/computer, to make sure the wires aren't frayed, the plastic housing isn't worn away, and the grounding wire hasn't been severed...then a mechanic should be able to find them for you.

Oct 04, 2014 | 2003 Chrysler PT Cruiser

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Since we owned the car the right headlight goes up and off to the right I was inquiring as to how to bring it back in line with the other one ?

Pop the hood. There are adjustment screws on the top side of the headlight, towards the back. Turn your lights on, Pull your car up to a building and play with the adjustment.

Jan 18, 2014 | 2005 Chrysler PT Cruiser

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How do you insatll head lights for a pt cruiser 2007

Things You Will Need. Flat-head screwdriver, Floor jack, Jack stand, 1/2-inch drive breaking bar, and 19mm, 1/2-inch drive socket Adjustable torque wrench set at 100 foot lbs.

1 Park the PT Cruiser on a flat, level, paved or concrete surface.

  • 2 Open the hood to the PT Cruiser. If anything, it will allow daylight into the engine compartment and allow you to see a little better.
  • 3 Break the lug nuts loose on the front tire of the same side as the burned-out headlight. Don't loosen them too much, and don't remove them. You can try to replace the headlight without removing the tire by turning it all the way inside, but you're most likely going to find that you'll need a little more arm room to remove the door panel in the wheel well.
  • 4 Lift the Cruiser with the floor jack and place a jack stand under the rocker panel.
  • 5 Remove the lug nuts and wheel.
  • 6 Pry the tabs of the door panel in the front of the wheel well (directly behind the headlights), using a flat-head screwdriver. The panel tabs are hard rubber/plastic and more inclined to break during colder weather. The warmer it is, the more tenacious you can be about prying them out. Pry the outside one out first and work the screwdriver around the circumference of the panel to the inside tab.
  • 7 Reach inside to remove the headlight. This is a good opportunity to get up and physically look at the headlights in the front of the Cruiser. The high beams are on the inside sockets; the low beams are on the outside sockets. Make sure when reaching in from behind that you're grabbing the right bulb for replacement. Turn the headlight 1/4 turn counter-clockwise and extract it from the headlight assembly. Even with the wheel removed for the Cruiser, you're going to have limited hand room through the door panel to the headlight. If you have large hands and arms, consider recruiting someone to help.
  • 8 Unclip the headlight from the wire harness and discard it.
  • 9 Insert the new headlight into the wire harness until the lock clips into place. Don't touch the glass light bulb of the new headlight. Only handle it from the plastic plug part.
  • 10 Insert the new headlight into the headlight assembly and twist it 1/4 turn to the right until it locks into place. Test the headlight by turning the ignition key to the accessory position and turning on the headlights. Turn the key back to the "Off" position when you're done.
  • 11 Reinstall the door panel. It's going to be as much of a pain to reinsert as it was coming off.
  • 12 Replace the wheel and lug nuts. Tighten the lug nuts snugly and then lower the Cruiser to the ground. Re-torque the lug nuts in an alternate fashion, using the adjustable torque wrench and a 19mm socket.

  • Let me know if you need anything else.


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    My 05 pt cruiser wont start in park but it will in nutreal why is that?


    I have a 2005 pt cruiser and i ran out of gas and got towed to get gas and after filling up i went to turn the car on and it wont start. It makes no noise and wont even turn over. The battery is brand new and all the lights and everything turn on. A red light blinks..not sure what that means or if that always blinks.. does anyone know the problem or how to fix it?

    Mar 10, 2010 | 2005 Chrysler PT Cruiser

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    TCM in a PT Cruiser 2005

    why on earth would you need a new tcm on a 2005!
    you need to take your car to a dealer ,if there is a problem with the tcm they can reflash it ,your throwing your money and time away looking for all that other ****

    Dec 31, 2009 | 2005 Chrysler PT Cruiser

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    Headlight adjustment

    If you look at the front of the headlight, there are actually a couple of screws around the edge. These are your adjustment screws.

    Mar 23, 2009 | 2004 Chrysler PT Cruiser

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