1999 Chrysler Sebring Q&A
1999 Chrysler Sebring Question: radio and dash lights
Both are fed power by the same circuit, but since they do not occur simultaneously , it is probably not the root cause. As far as you radio goes, It is common for the older vehicles for the display to be erratic at times. This is an internal issue on the circuit board. The Vacuum Flouresent Display creates a tremendous amount of heat and some components on the circuit board simply shut down and come back on when it cools off. The dash lights may be a loose connector at the rear of the Instrument Cluster or a printed circuit board issue. BTW, I assumed your radio is a Factory installed unit. If not, check radio wiring first. - Johnny Mopar
everything else works, dimmer to the radio and mileage reader ect...just the back light to the speedometer and gauges. I have disconnected battery cable and checked the #10 fuse. please help... and...
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the dash warning lights inop the battery has 12.8 volts wipers,radio,turn signal,brake lights inop