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Chrysler 300M, Lights, Electrical, Sedan
#24 of 73 HEATED SEAT
Oct 06, 2008 (9:14 am)
My driver's heated seat is "acting up"...it will turn on and stay on when the car is in park, but if you are driving it turns itself off. I replaced the switch and it still does this..no blown fuses either. The passenger seat is working fine so I do not think it is the module that is located under the seat....bad ground? any ideas?
#25 of 73 Re: 300M Lights blink randomly [stan1012]
Oct 07, 2008 (11:46 am)
hi: So proud to see this posting.........my 2001 300M Chryler 69,000 miles.. has just started doing this.... and I took it to my Chrysler this morning for the Fall Maintenance check...and mentioned this to them... and all check out with the test. So will definitely give this Scroll the dimmer wheel/Light Switch a try.
#26 of 73 head lights
Nov 24, 2008 (11:25 am)
#27 of 73 head lights
Nov 24, 2008 (11:25 am)
Just sharing an interesting find. So my headlights ended up turning yellow and I was looking for suitable replacements I didnít want to buy the OEM replacements so I started searching around finally someone suggested I look into the projector headlight soon to be carried by Spyder Auto. Apparently the chrome housing headlights are now available, but Iím anxiously awaiting the arrival/release of the black housing ones which are best for my car. Anyway, If you find yourself in the same predicament, I strongly recommend you check them out.
#28 of 73 300M Sedan - fuse box
Dec 29, 2008 (11:06 am)
I have a used (2000) 300M without a manual and am not sure where the fuse box is. Can anyone tell me? (My passengar seat is reclined and will not go back up. I am hoping it is just a fuse.)
#29 of 73 Re: 300M Sedan - fuse box [JillyS]
Dec 29, 2008 (4:13 pm)
The fuse box is under the hood in the black box in front of the coolant container.
The cavity number is 20 and it uses a 20 AMP C/BRKR.
#30 of 73 Key will not turn- looking for help
Jan 17, 2009 (4:36 pm)
I am an owner of a 2003 300M and love it, but am having a ton of problems. Most of them I can live with like the windows not going down, the lights coming on/off, the engine light staying on and the overhead digital information thingy burnt out. But today it was about 12 degrees and the key would not turn in the ignition. This happened before and I was able to get it to turn after a few times after pushing the open/lock button. I tried all day to get the key to turn, even checked the steering wheel and nothing. In addition we have multiple problems with our 2000 dodge durango and I am looking for any advice on getting this key to turn before I drop coin on both vehicles.
Looking for help!
#31 of 73 Re: 300M Sedan - fuse box [atl300m1]
Jan 22, 2009 (12:07 pm)
Jill there is also a fusebox on the end of the drivers side dash between the door and the side panel of dash. You can only see it with the door open,Hope this helps deals999cars
Jan 22, 2009 (2:58 pm)
I have a 99 300m and the fan fuses blow out as soon as I replace them so the engine continues to overheat. The break lights are out too. Any ideas?
#33 of 73 Re: Key will not turn- looking for help [jenscar03]
Jan 26, 2009 (10:46 am)
Had similar problem with my 2003 M. Make sure that the car is in Park, rarely happens but it is irritating. There must be a little "glitch" in the transmission that allows this to happen but by placing the car in "park" again, the key will turn. Hope this is helpful.