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Chrysler 300M, Lights, Electrical, Sedan
#55 of 73 Infinity stereo amp replacement 2001-fuse location
Mar 21, 2011 (2:58 pm)
It looks like the amp has gone bad and the dealer has no options for replacement. I also checked with Crutchfield to either bypass the amp or replace it and they had no solutions. What fuses and where are they located that may have blown, other than the fuse box by the drivers door? Don't want to upgrade anything but just a simply replacement to get the radio working. All other functions appear correct except no sound from any speaker, power going to everything, connections good and with all the speakers I assume the amp is in series with the radio and the most likely problem. Thanks in advance for any help.
#56 of 73 Re: Interior lights and headlights [dominoswench]
Apr 30, 2011 (2:00 pm)
I had this problem a year ago, the mechanic ( same one since new) who KNOWS this car, said it was the ignition switch... while this seems strange, it does have the Auto light section of the switch. He replaced the switch an problem went away.
#57 of 73 2000 Chrysler 300m tail lights stay on after car turned off...
Apr 30, 2011 (2:31 pm)
#58 of 73 2000 Chrysler 300m tail lights stay on after car turned off...
Apr 30, 2011 (2:31 pm)
Ok, I have had the flickering lights issue an posted a reply as to what my mechanic did to fix it a year ago. My issue now is yesterday my tail lights stayed on after I turned of the lights. I did not see them on later an assumed they were somehow related to the headlight timer (even though the headlights themselves turned off just fine). This morning the car was hard to start. when I finished my errand, I turned off headlights, an noticed red reflections on objects behind me, rotated the headlight switch through range a-off-on- off, but did not fix. I removed the keys, got out an went to back an saw the taillights were still on. It was still dark out an I could not read fuse panel to remove light fuse. Has anyone had this problem, if so what did you find, please?
#59 of 73 Re: 2000 Chrysler 300m tail lights stay on after car turned off... [paterlupus]
Jun 16, 2011 (1:53 pm)
Did you get that fixed, I have the same problem??
#60 of 73 Re: Interior lights and headlights [paterlupus]
Jul 17, 2011 (6:54 pm)
I am also having this issue with my '02 300M special. On a few occasions I have witnessed while driving my lights flicker, thought the light sensor was confused by shade/sun. Then it will do it in the middle of the night, one time it happened for a few seconds flashing on and off, then this last time (my husband and I were sleeping) my neighbor saw it and it happened for a few hours, she thought something was wrong and I was trying to signal for help so she knocked on the door (we just thought our dog heard an animal LOL), but we didn't even get up.
Also my temp control panel light has gone out. It used to go on then dim down but it doesn't bother turning on, It is set to 'auto' in hopes that I will get what I need but is it a fuse or a bulb that I can change out in my dash?
#61 of 73 Re: Chrysler 300M electrical problems [coldknight300]
Aug 03, 2011 (8:46 am)
Ok we have a 99 300m and all the problems u are having we had too! WE changed 2 computers, and still have the same problems! We even took our car to Chysler and had them replace the BCM and same things are happening! It has something to do with the BCM and fuse box but they cant even figure it out! Good luck and if you get anywhere please let us know
#62 of 73 Re: heat and air display light [plancor]
Oct 01, 2011 (4:45 am)
Hi. I just bought a 99 300 and it is having the same problem. I did a google search and found a YouTube video of a guy that claimed he also had the same problem. He claims to have fixed it buy pulling the plug and cleaning the wires that went into it. I am going to try it myself once the sun comes up here where I live. I'll let you know how it goes. Worst case, they sell units for around 80 bucks on ebay.
#63 of 73 sunroof was "hard wired" into fuse box?
Oct 01, 2011 (4:54 am)
I just purchased a 99 Chrysler 300 from my cousin and he said the sunroof had been hard wired to the fuse box when he got it, but had disconnected it and couldn't recall where to reconnect it. When I open the fuse panel on the inside of the car there are 2 red wires dangling in there that apparently go to it. Is there an easy way to reconnect them to SOMETHING to get it to work again? I have looked at the wiring diagram for it, but it may as well be written in hieroglyphics