Chrysler Cirrus...HELP PLEASE!

Discussion in 'Cirrus' started by Sykesguy, Aug 2, 2003.

  1. Sykesguy

    Sykesguy Guest

    My 1996 Chrysler Cirrus has a strange lighting problem.

    The entire rear-left side will not illuminate, ever. Applying the
    Brake Pedal ONLY illuminates the rear-right side. Even the trunk
    mounted 3rd brake light does not illuminate. The bulbs are all fine
    and have been tested. If I try the left turn signal, only the front
    will work(blinks rapidly). Same thing if I use the Hazard lights...

    So, I was looking at the confusing circuit diagram, and I see that the
    STOP LAMP SWITCH is connected to Circuit L50, which in turn is
    connected to the "Left Side Tail/Stop and Turn Signal Lamp Assembly",
    as well as the "Center High Mounted Stop Lamp".

    So, could the STOP LAMP SWITCH be the culprit here? I also see
    something called the "Junction Block" but I'm not sure what that is??


    Sykesguy, Aug 2, 2003
  2. I would say that it is a connection problem, NOT the stop light
    switch. You said the right-rear stop light works. It is disconnected
    or poorly connected somewhere where the left side connects, probabley
    inside the trunk area, under the carpet or behind the trunk liner.
    Richard Benner Jr, Aug 2, 2003
  3. Sykesguy

    mic canic Guest

    the rear taillight assemblies have a printed circut board in them that
    corriodes real easy. i suspect this is you failure since i replace one a
    month at least
    mic canic, Aug 3, 2003
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