I have a 1995 LHS that I purchased new in which I now have 188,000 miles and in both instances of the head lights failing was due to an open circuit in the multi function switch that is located on and in the steering column. The parking lights still worked however, the low beam headlamps & euro lamps wouldn't. The high beam would only work if I pulled the multi function switch toward me & held it in place. I do most of my own maintanence however, since the steering wheel has to be pulled & column taken apart I went back to Chrysler. $350 with tax.
Check the fuses first. The high beams and low beams are controlled by different fuses.
What all do I have to take off to get to the headlights. I just want to change the bulb can anyone help? Its a 1996 LHS.
If it is like my 2001 you would pull the head lamp switch out when the headlights are on
The most common reason for a 1996 Chrysler Cirrus odometer and RPM gauge to stop working is a fuse. If the fuse is removed from the dash and replaced, often times the odometer and RPM gauge will begin working.
There is no reset on a 1996 Chrysler Sebring.There is no reset on a 1996 Chrysler Sebring.
yes they will fit your because those cars are produced Mitsubishi motors ofAmerica. They were built on Mitsubishi FJ platform
I would replace the headlight switch as Ford has had their share of these problems.
I had that problem with my 1997 Lhs replaced the PCM and it works fine.
Because Mitsubishi Eclipse 1996 doesn't have automatic headlights.
You don't. That can cause a fire and internal engine damage.
The one with the wires running to the headlights :)
An air lock, defective thermostat, stopped up radiator, Restriction of air flow across the radiator are all possibilities. On Chrysler products they have a 2 speed fan and if the high side doesn,t work is also a possibility.