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1993 Chrysler Concorde Question: head light

 

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Visitor, Saint Louis, MO, March 06, 2010, 12:07

my head lights on my car stop wrking and the power locks and power seats all stop at the same time and i had all the fuses check which are good so i wondering what is the problem

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    Visitor, August 23, 2010, 19:17

    did you check the fuses under the hood. I have a 1996 Concord, on my car the fuse box that is under the hood is directly behind the battery.

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    Visitor, December 15, 2010, 09:38

    have the computer checked and relays but make sure you have a real tester when you check the fuses because they can look good and be bad

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    Visitor, January 15, 2011, 10:57

    I don't have an answer but I was hoping you found one. I have a 2002 Concorde that is having the exact same problem. Everything works normally when the car is cold, but once it is started and driven a while the power locks, seats and hedlights all go out. Sometimes it is only one and sometimes all of them quit at the same time. None of the fuses are bad once the car is parked for a while they all reset. Even when the headlights go out they will light up if you pull back the dimmer switch but go back out as soon as it is released. If anyone has a solution I would be very grateful.

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    January 16, 2011, 17:14
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    I had the same problem and a guy from another forum helped me out. In the power distribution fuse panel under the hood there are the master fuses. Fuse D, the fourth down on the side nearest the windsheild, was cracked inside on mine. It was not burnt but when I pulled it out to check it I felt something rattle inside. On closer inspection I found that it had a hairline crack in it. I also fould that if I tapped on it while it was plugged in that it would work for a while and then quit. Hope this helped.

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