My daughter's 98 Chrysler Concorde has power windows and they are stuck in the down position.. She cannot get them to go up.. .Now the turn signals are not working.... What could be the problem? What should she check? Thank you... Gail ( [email protected] )
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If the turn signal lights come on but do not flash, the flasher relay is defective. If the lights will not come on, there is a loss of power so check the fuse as you have already done and replace it even if it looks good. See if you have voltage at the fuse.
Had the identical same problems on our Chrysler Concorde. We checked all fuses and relays nothing. Then we checked the wiring on the ignition switch mounted under the steering column it was loose. Repositioned it and everything worked perfectly again. Did not cost a thing. Hope this helps!
It means that intermittently you are losing the signal from your camshaft position sensor (CMP) And you are also losing the the crankshaft position signal sensor (CKP). these are magnetic or hall effect sensors that go out sometimes and are necessary or you could have a poorly running vehicle or it may not run at all. hope this helps you out!!!
probably a relay. relays control switching of power from one compound circuit to another. because you have multiple circuits that are not working, this sounds likely. get a wiring schematic and find out which relay controls that system, then try replacing it.
make sure the battery cables are touching metal to metal. Sometimes the rubber around the battery cable can get pinched in between and not letting a good contact. You could also place a washer between the cable and the battery.
If this does not help try banging your solenoid while someone else tries and turn over the vehicle. Make sure your solenoid is not shorting out.
After you have tackled these tasks and you still are having problems, then I would expect ignition
1999 CONCORDE: check the battery terminals probably they are not tight enough...something like that happened to me just the lights turned on and the car seemed to be dead, the battery is still ok since then. I just needed to buy new terminals.