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Chrysler 300M turn signals and flashers don't work
The Combination Flasher, also refered to as the combo-flasher, is mounted to the in-line bracket which is located to the right of the Junction Block.
The Junction Block (JB) is located in the left endcap of the instrument panel.
Open hood and disconnect the negative battery cable remote terminal from the remote battery post.
Remove the left instrument panel silencer. Refer to Body Instrument Panel Silencer, REMOVAL.
The flasher can be removed by pulling in a rearward direction.
Install the flasher by firmly pushing it into place.
Install the left instrument panel silencer. Refer to Instrument Panel Silencer, INSTALLATION.
Connect the negative battery cable remote terminal to the remote battery post.
on Mar 04, 2018
The transaxle control module is
Oh boy, this is a simple DIY job. You don;t need fancy tools as long as you are patient and clean. The Torque Converter Solenoid costs $70 at NAPA. The whole job for a novice takes about 2 hours. You'll have to remove the battery and battery plate to get enough room to disconnect the wire connector and remove three small bolts. Before you remove them, clean the entire area with Simple Green and an old toothbrush and wash it off with water. Remove the solenoid and then use a safety razor blade to scrape off any gasket material let on the polished face. Try to get as much off intact as you possibly can. Little bits will fall into the holes, so you'll need a long clear plastic tube to suck the oil up and empty each time from the gasket bits until they are as good as you can get them. Do all the holes! Place the new gasket on the new solenoid with the bolts holding it on and screw them in, reconnect the connector and then reinstall the battery. If you haven't done a ATF service, this is a good time to do it too. Costs $35 in parts and you'll need two oil drain pans to contain the ATF once you break the sump bolts. Scrape the gasket off, clean off the metal filings from the magnet inside and replace it, Simple Green works great inside to! Finally pop the old filter off and press the new one on... make sure the new one has an 'O' ring on it or reuse the old one. Refit the sump with new gasket and refill with 5 qts of Castrol ATF +4. Turn on the the engine and cycle through thr tranny and let the fluid warm up. Turn off the car and chekc the fluid level again and top it up to the warm or hot line on the dip stick. NEVER use anything but ATF+4 in this transmission or you're hosed. Lucas trannie medic Non-Slip is a ***** sentence to this transmission. ATF+4 pours like water... if anything is in there that is thicker, it been monkeyed with.
on Aug 19, 2017
I am constantly getting the
No, it's not time to replace your PCM. It's time to properly diagnose and repair the problem. Most Oxygen sensor codes are not the fault of the oxygen sensor. codes P0132 and P0152 mean that both of your upstream O2 sensor circuits are shorted to voltage. It does not mean that the O2 sensors themselves are bad. The code P0300 is a random misfire code. This does not mean change the spark plugs. This means that several or all of the cylinders are misfiring. This could be due to spark plugs, but you will most likely get a single cylinder code (like P0301 or Po302 etc.) if the spark plugs are getting worn out. This random misfire code is most likely being caused by your shorted oxygen sensor circuits. If they are shoted to voltage they will cause your fuel to run extremely lean (vey little fuel) to the point that it is causing the cylinders to misfire. Code P0300 can have seveal different causes, including a fuel pump getting worn out, am manifold vacuum leak, an intemittent crank sensor signal, etc. When other codes are being set at the same time as a P0300, the other codes need to be diagnosed and repaired first.
on Apr 29, 2016
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