Questions about Chrysler Cirrus

Discussion in 'Cirrus' started by kmatheson, Feb 19, 2007.

  1. kmatheson

    kmatheson Guest

    I bought a 2000 Cirrus over the weekend. There are just a few annoying
    electrical problems:

    1. Power driver seat will not move forward. It is like the motor on
    the inside track is not working. Is there a way to find out what is

    2. After door is closed, the dome light takes 30 seconds to dim and
    turn off. Is this normal?

    3. There is no lighting in the A/C and Heating control panel. The
    lights for the A/C and window defogger buttons do come on when pushed.

    Do I need to remove the entire control head to replace the bulbs, or
    find out what is not connected?


    Kirk Matheson
    kmatheson, Feb 19, 2007
  2. kmatheson

    maxpower Guest

    A test lite
    Yes it is normal
    Some are made to be replaced, others you need to purchase the complete
    assembly, remove it and see if the front panel pops off after you take the
    knobs off

    Glenn Beasley
    Chrsler Tech
    maxpower, Feb 20, 2007
  3. kmatheson

    kmatheson Guest

    It looks like the front panel can be removed. If I removed the radio,
    what is involved in removing the AC/Heat control unit? Are there
    cables to disconnect for the tempurature and vent/recirculate knobs?


    kmatheson, Feb 20, 2007
  4. kmatheson

    maxpower Guest

    Once you remove the panel most of your questions will be answered. U will
    not have to disconnect the cables. Remove the knobs, loosen the control
    head from the dash and pull it slightly out. Then pop off the bezel.
    According to my catalog the bulb part number from the dealer is 5003937AA
    and there are 2 of them.

    maxpower, Feb 20, 2007
  5. kmatheson

    kmatheson Guest

    That is what I wanted to know. I will try to take it out myself.

    kmatheson, Feb 20, 2007
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