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2004 chrysler crossfire - problem with bas/esp light and no brake lights

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Old 08-19-2011, 07:27 AM
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Default 2004 chrysler crossfire - problem with bas/esp light and no brake lights

recently Ive had a problems that comes and goes with my car where it will have the bas/esp light on - but when I hit the brakes it also has the light icon saying I have a light out - found out that when the car is doing this I have no brake lights on the vehicle

I took it to dealer and all they did was say I need a battery ( which never had problem with battery ) and once I get new battery I could get a dianostic - after the new battery it didn't have the light on so they said vehicle fixed which it wasn't.

I google this and seen someone else had the same issue so wanted to see if anyone else had the problem and how did they get it resolved

thanks

Randy
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Old 08-19-2011, 12:12 PM
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So they didn't even pull the codes...just wiped the data out? Damn....
 
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Old 08-20-2011, 05:51 AM
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I guess by time they put a battery I light wasn't on or it wasn't having the problems . so they called said everythng reads good come pick it up. but they didn't solve the problem just gave me a battery which they gave me a bill of $330 for not fixing the problem so I'm trying to see if I can research before I blow more money and possible the dealer still not fix it
 
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I'm guessing they figured your warning lamps were on due to low voltage...yes the modules will set low voltage DTCs. But apparently that's not the case here. However, they shouldn't have pushed you out the door so soon. You bought a Mercedes, so get ready to fork out the dough wherever you go. Maybe it will be something small like a brake pedal switch. That's where i'm leaning. If it's malfunctioning it will set a DTC in your ABS.
 

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yea . I think they pushed me out a lil quick and charge 150 labor and 180 or so for battery . I ordered the brake lamp switch now have to make arrangements to get put in
 
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Update please?
 
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Old 09-06-2011, 07:40 AM
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I had put the brake switch on an still had the same problem . so I googled a lil more and notice one guy had a issue with the fuses . so I check the fuse and it not blow but I pulled the fuse out and put my in and works fine. I think the guy was waying his fuse wasn't always getting current or something . I had to take fuse out and push back a couple times but looks like its the problem is fuse related
 
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still having the same issue it seems to be fuse related notice some people have issue with brakelight and cruise control so I pulled my fuse out and it works at times if I pull the fuse partly out to the point where it almost out or if I wiggle the fuse it will work at times
 
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Hi blackoutken
go to www.crossfireforum.org bunch of great people there they might be able to help you
 
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Just wanted to let anyone interested know how I fixed my 04 Pacifica heater blower problems. I read everything I could find online and 90% said to change the blower resistor, well I did that and when I put the new one in, the blower would not shut off, sometimes it would stay on after I had removed the key! I tried putting the old one back on and it worked until I turned the car off, then wouldn't come back on, again put the new resistor on and fan would not shut off or allow me to change the speed. I finally pulled the battery ground for 30 seconds reconnected it, put the old resistor back on..... now everything works perfect and I get to take the new one back and get my $70 back.
 
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