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Old 01-26-2010, 01:28 AM
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Im new here and I really need your assistance...

I am plannig to by Sebring 2001 2.7 and I am testing it for few days butit has some minor faults and the biggest is that speedometers (whole control panel) light is not working.

How to fix this? any ideas...


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Old 01-26-2010, 12:14 PM
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If the bulbs are burned out, then you'll need to pull out the instrument cluster to get to them. That's a bit of a chore because you must remove the bezel surrounding the cluster first.

The bulbs are controlled by a signal from the body control computer and the dimmer on the turn signal stalk. Make sure before you do anything else that they have not been dimmed down fully by the control.

It's somewhat unlikely that they all would burn out at once, so there could be something else going on here.
 
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Old 01-27-2010, 05:31 AM
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Thanx for help...strange thing is that complete lightning of speedometer, fuel, temerature is out but other things like ABS,hand brake,oil, etc works fine.

Is it possible that fuse has blown...I was checkin fuse box but i can not locate fuse for this.

People in Croatia are very sceptical of Chrysler and there are only few here so I can not ask someone for advice.
 
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Fuse 7 in the fuse block under the cover at the left end of the dashboard controls the instrument panel lights. It also controls the high beam indicator lamp. If that works, then it's not the fuse.

Those other indicator lamps you mention are controlled by fuse 11.
 
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Thanx...hope its fuse
 
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I took my car to car electrician and he told me that some kind of transformator has blown and I need to get a new one.

Can I get it online somehow? Order it from US...
 
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Try chryslerparts.net to look up your part, but you'll need more information than "some kind of transformator"

There is no such thing as a "transformator".
 
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He told me that it is transformator but I don't know how its called in English...
 
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What does it do?
 
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I just found out...its called power inverter...any chance of getting thatsomewhere?
 

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