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Where is the BCM on a 96 sebring convertible
Behind your back seat cushion. You have to remove the seat to get to the hydraulic pump. to remove the seat you use a large screwdriver between your floor and the seat bottom at the front about a foot from each end. you will be able to tell that you cant pull the seat up as easily in two spots and you have to situate the screwdriver in those locations. Be careful not to break the seat or the bars, but sometimes you have to apply a lot of upwards force to get these two hooks to release. also you cannot put the screwdriver directly on top of the latch hook, the metal retaining bar doesnt continue through this area... place something under the side you unhook first to keep it from relatching in its slot. then do the other side. you then pull out the bottom of the seat, remove the two nuts holding the seatbelt latch bar on, and the back seat slides upward and comes right out.
There is a piece of sound dampening material with a black material on it covering up the location of the motor. once you lift this up the motor is right ther in the middle of the framing underneat the drain pan assembly.
i reccomdend putting your top down if possible to remove the back seat. it makes it a lot more comfortable to perform this task.
on Oct 20, 2018
do you have an aftermarket stereo? if you do, unplug it and see how long the fuses last. check your lighter and make sure there are no foreing object in there that can cause a short. when you replace the fuses, take notice of which action causes the fuses to blow... for example, door lock unlock, are they still ok, door lock, lock..check again, mirror left, still ok, so forth and so on. take it one at a time and see which action causes them to blow. when they blow do it again to see if the same action that caused them to blow the first time did it again, then trace those wires. you probably have a bad relay somewhere.
on Jan 14, 2016
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