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Bunker Hill, WV

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IF you trace it , one piece usually goes directly to the body , very close to battery , and the other piece goes down to a bracket on trans or directly on the trans.


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Tripped inertia switch? Bad fuel pump/relay? Bad fuse/wire(s)? Just some guesses to be checked out. I'd start by having the inertia switch verified.


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SURE , if being low on fluid is the ACTUAL cause of noise. Sure no parts are coming loose?


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Check (by removing and inspecting and CLEANING corrosion as needed) ALL other connections possible pos. cable is severely corroded internally where you can't see it?


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The recall covers the 'PRESSURE' hose only , if it is a different hose , then that is why it is not covered. Call or check on line (CHRYSLER RECALLS 2003 PT cruiser) Have the VIN# handy. Could also call a different dealer with VIN# and ask.


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Stuck closed heater control valve, temp/blend door failure ....IF this is cable controlled (inside under dash) use flashlight and a helper and watch what each cable is doing underneath by heater/A/C box.


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Possible problem with control panel , sensor(if auto-climate control) , or blend door control/actuator(s)


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