Instrument cluster back lighting went out. Chrysler says it can't be fixed. Must replace instrument cluster at over $600.00. You would think that Chrysler would do something about this. My research on this issue has revealed that the issue has been around for years, yet Chrysler has done NOTHING about it. I guess it is just Chrysler's way of making a lot of money forcing us to replace the cluster when they could have fixed the problem early on.
Way to go Chrysler. Looks like you will lose a customer. The chances of me buying another Chrysler product is slim to none unless you fix this issue!!!!!
We have had an intermittent problem with the instrument cluster lights going out. When the car is turned back on, they sometimes come back. You could also be driving down the road and hit a bump and then the lights for the cluster will come back on.
instrument cluster went out. checked fuses all are fine ...i was told it could be a bulb which is 22.00 or entire instrument neeeds to be replaced 800.00 help!!!!! what do i do can i fix myself 1998 chrysler sebring...i would never buy a chrysler ever again nor would i take one for free
Cluster lights been out for a few years now. Only diagnostic was to replace it for $500+. Since we can turn on the courtesy light on the rear view mirror, we decided to live with it. Today I did a search on YouTube and found videos where people claim the "inverter" for the EL lights is responsible. The part is cheap, but the labor to remove the cluster and replace the inverter (12v to 100/160v) could take a few hours. Those with lights that go on and off may only be looking at a loose connection. Ours never went on again after we lost it.
The dash lights don't come on when I turn on the headlights. Sometimes they come on and sometimes they don't. Very aggravating at night because I can't see how fast I'm going. I have not found a solution to the problem