How do you begin to take off the instrument panel to access the climate control controls for a 1996 Chrysler Town and Country?
UPDATE: You might be better off trying the following steps.
-Extend the cupholder. Right above that is a small plastic cover, pop that off with your fingertips.
-Remove the 2 Phillips screws here.
-There are 2 more screws to remove - one above the radio volume knob, the other above the CD eject button. (Hint: look up under the frame.)
-Now gently wiggle the frame loose and pull out a couple inches.
-Reach behind and pull the connectors - they all have a clip that you either squeeze or pry gently to release the plug.
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Your instrument panel is not working but the fuse is good someone suggested you reset the computer how do you do this you have a 1995 Chrysler Concorde?
The problem is that the rear heat/ac vent that mixes the two to control the climate is broken, I had it replaced at the dealership since it kept knocking when I tried to operate the rear climate controls. The problem is that the rear heat/ac vent that mixes the two to control the climate is broken, I had it replaced at the dealership since it kept knocking when I tried to operate the rear climate…
The climate control on your 1994 Chrysler Concorde blows hot air and won't shut off It starts sporadically even when heater controls indicate it is off Does anyone have a solution?
Possible answer You might try disconnecting the battery completely. Leave it for about 20 minutes then reconnect it. This should reset the climate control. We did it with ours after a mechanic suggested it. Hope this helps. I have a 93 Concorde with the same prob. I am currently looking to purchase a new(used on eBay?) climate control module, which should correct the prob.
* ECU- controls engine functions * Airbag Module- controls airbag deployment * Body Controller- controls interior lights, door locks, windows, seats, etc * Driver's Door Module- communicates commands from switches on drivers door to the body controller * Cruise Control Module- Regulates speed while in cruise control * Climate Control Module- Monitors interior temperature and controls the heating and cooling systems * Transmission Controller- controls automatic transmission * ABS Module- controls anti-lock brakes and may…
remove the stereo remove the hazard switch and the rear defroster switch their is one Phillips screw under each switch remove the climate cable underneath on the heater box remove the center cluster completely buy pulling or prying out the bottom clips unscrew the climate controls from the center cluster
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The thermostat is on the input radiator line going to the engine. Take the line off on the engine and the thermostat should be there. Now if you are talking about the thermostat for inside the car and not for the engine, the correct term for it is the climate control thermostat and it is located behind the wheel below the instrument cluster where there is a vented inclosure.