Question about 1985 Chrysler LeBaron
The power loss light has nothing to do with the alternator, the power loss light is part of the on-board computer system it is the equivalent of the check engine light on newer cars it is on because one of the sensors is not working on the car.
this is how to retrieve the code that is turning on the light.
turn the key on ( do not crank the engine ) turn the key off, turn the key on, turn the key off, turn the key on. ( never crank the engine ) this all has to be done in les then 10 seconds so to re-cap key on, off,on,off, on.
the power loss light will start flashing. all codes are 2 digit, for example a code will look like this.
flash,flash, pause (about 1 second), flash, flash,flash this code would be a 23 , the first two flashes would be a 2 the pause is the separator the next 3 flashes are a 3 so the code is 23, i hope you under stand.
after you get the code let me know what it is and i will look it up for you....good luck
Posted on Mar 21, 2011
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