Question about 2004 Chrysler Sebring
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Posted on Aug 27, 2019
Sounds like wiring issue or the accessories fuse may be bad. Look for fuse under dash or it could be the relay under hood, in fuse relay box. accessories fuse or lights?
Posted on Aug 27, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: warning chime disconnect
You will have to disconnect the warning chime module, it is on the driver side under the dash, follow the sound, it is about the size of a pack of smokes, it is usually black in colour.
Posted on Oct 29, 2008
My guess is a faulty switch at door for turning off interior lights/door closed, which is giving chime that door is still open
Posted on Dec 21, 2008
I had the same problem as this...
When you open or close your door there is lever that sits just below the the door latch that is attached to the frame of your car by a single screw.
It is a black plastic L shaped bit of plastics that slides on its own guide. It has obviously started to malfunction over time.
To double check this:
Turn the car lights on
Open your door
Locate the black L shaped plastic level.
Wriggle it around sliding back and forth - if it starts to work when you are applying pressure onto it it looks like it has broken.
Go to your local wreckers and ask them for a replacement part (it cost me $2.00 AUD to get mine)
To take the part off all you need to do is push the level back as far as it will go and you will see a phillips heads screw holding it in place.
Undo the screw and detach the part (there will be a wire attached to the back of the metal guide)
Unplug the wire and throw the part into the bin.
Attach the wire to the back of the new part and screw the new one into place.
All should be working fine now.
Posted on Mar 09, 2010
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SOURCE: My driver side door is
Check ur door/light switch! You could see it around the pillar of ur DOOR! Reconise it by looking for a BLACK RUBBER BOOT, small and somewhat rounded. Take off the rubber boot u could see the plastic switch, use a cross type, unscrew the switch and pull it out! A single wire connection is inside, check if it is connected, if there is no wire, try to look inside the hole and reconnect it! If the wire is connected, corrosion might have disabled the CONTACT between the wire, switch and the BODY ground, where u screw the whole switch assembly! Hope that might help u out! taah!!
Posted on Nov 13, 2010
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