Filed Under (Chrysler) by admin on 29-08-2010
1. Disconnect and isolate the battery negative cable. 2. Unsnap and fold back the screw cap below the trim panel pull handle to access and remove the screw (5) that secures the panel (2) to the pull handle bracket. 3. Unsnap and fold back the screw cap within the interior remote handle recess of the trim panel to access and remove the screw (4) that secures the panel to the inside of the door (1). The screw cap on the sedan opens from the top, and the wagon opens from the bottom. 4. Remove the four screws (6) that secure the bottom and front lower corner of the trim panel to the inside of the door. 5. Remove the two push pins (1) at the rear of the trim panel and one push pin (1) at the front edge of the trim panel. 6. Pull the trim panel (2) away from the inside of the door far enough to disengage the locator pins near the top of the panel from the door, then lift the rear of the panel upward far enough to disengage the interior door latch lock link and knob (1) from the clearance hole at the upper rear corner of the panel. 7. Reach between the top of the trim panel (3) and the inside of the door shell to unsnap the plastic clip that secures the end of the interior door handle latch release link (1) to the handle lever (2) and disengage the link from the handle. 8. Pull the trim panel (1) away from the inside of the door shell far enough to access and disconnect the door wire harness (4) connectors from the power window/lock/mirror switches (2), the door module (6), and the door courtesy lamp (5) as the vehicle is equipped. 9. Disengage the retainers (3) that secure the door wire harness to the inside of the trim panel. 10. Remove the trim panel from the inside of the door.
Filed Under (Chrysler) by admin on 12-08-2010
Electrical Diagrams PLEASE NOTE: Some diagrams may appear to be missing because of gaps in the number sequences. These “gaps” are actually for diagrams that do not apply to the vehicle model selected. 8w-63-9 (Heated Seats-Front Row) 8w-63-10 (Heated Seats-Front Row) Other Diagrams: Other diagrams referred to by number (i.e. 8W-70-2, etc.) within these diagrams can be found at the vehicle level under Diagrams By Number . See: Diagrams\Electrical\Diagrams By Number
Filed Under (Chrysler) by admin on 10-08-2010
Each ignition key (2) used in the Sentry Key Remote Entry System (SKREES) has a transponder chip included on the circuit board (4) beneath the cover (1) of the integral Remote Keyless Entry (RKE) transmitter (3). In addition to having to be cut to match the mechanical coding of the ignition lock cylinder and programmed for operation of the RKE system, each new Sentry Key has a unique transponder identification code that is permanently programmed into it by the manufacturer, and which must be programmed into the Sentry Key REmote Entry Module (SKREEM) to be recognized by the SKREES as a valid key. The Sentry Key transponder cannot be adjusted or repaired. If faulty or damaged, the entire key and RKE transmitter unit must be replaced. When the ignition switch is turned to the On position, the Sentry Key REmote Entry Module (SKREEM) communicates through its antenna with the Sentry Key transponder using a Radio Frequency (RF) signal. The SKREEM then listens for a RF response from the transponder through the same antenna. The Sentry Key transponder chip is within the range of the SKREEM transceiver antenna ring when it is inserted into the ignition lock cylinder. The SKREEM determines whether a valid key is present in the ignition lock cylinder based upon the response from the transponder. If a valid key is detected, that fact is communicated by the SKREEM to the Powertrain Control Module (PCM) over the Controller Area Network (CAN) data bus, and the PCM allows the engine to continue running. If the PCM receives an invalid key message, or receives no message from the SKREEM over the CAN data bus, the engine will be disabled after about two seconds of operation. The ElectroMechanical Instrument Cluster (EMIC) will also respond to the invalid key message on the CAN data bus by flashing the security indicator on and off.
Filed Under (Chrysler) by admin on 09-08-2010
Ignition Off Draw (100) Front Wipers Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS) Module Power Outlet (Selectable) Radio, Amplifier, Navigation, Hands-Free Phone (HFM), Electronic Vehicle Information Center (EVIC), EC, SNRF, Mirror Power Outlet Horn Ignition Switch 1 40 Amp/Green Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS) Pump 2 Spare 3 30 Amp/Pink 4 40 Amp/Green Body Control Module (BCM) Feed 1 5 40 Amp/Green Electronic Back Light (EBL) 6 30 Amp/Pink 7 40 Amp/Green Starter 8 40 Amp/Green Power Seat C/B 9 40 Amp/Green Power Sunroof 10 Spare 11 40 Amp/Green Headlight Washer, Power Liftgate 12 Spare 13 40 Amp/Green Radiator Fan 1 14 Spare 15 40 Amp/Green 24 20 Amp/Yellow 25 15 Amp/Blue 26 20 Amp/Yellow 27 Spare 28 25 Amp/Clear 29 20 Amp/Yellow Cluster, CHMSL, Stop low Lights, Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS) 30 10 Amp/Red 31 20 Amp/Yellow Hazard 36 20 Amp/Yellow 37 25 Amp/Clear 38 20 Amp/Yellow 39 20 Amp/Yellow 40 40 Amp/Green 41 40 Amp/Green 42 40 Amp/Green 44 25 Amp/Clear 45 10 Amp/Red 46 20 Amp/Yellow 47 20 Amp/Yellow 48 15 Amp/Blue 50 15 Amp/Blue Elctronic Automatic Transaxie (FATX) Solenoid ASD Fuel Pump A/C Clutch, MTV Driver Door Node Passenger Door Node Front Blower Rear Heated Seats Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS) Jgnition Run Passenger Door Driver Door PLG, OHC, Body Control Module (BCM), Navigation, Hands-Free Phone (HFM) HVAC, DVD, RAD, CLK, SKRFFM
Filed Under (Chrysler) by admin on 05-08-2010
LINE-A/C LIQUID WARNING: REFER TO THE APPLICABLE WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS FOR THIS SYSTEM BEFORE PERFORMING THE FOLLOWING OPERATION. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THE WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS COULD RESULT IN POSSIBLE PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH. NOTE: The A/C liquid line is serviced in two sections. The rear section of the liquid line is serviced as an assembly with the rear section of the A/C suction line. FRONT SECTION REMOVAL 1. Recover the refrigerant from the refrigerant system. 2. Disconnect and isolate the negative battery cable. 3. Remove the air cleaner housing. 4. Raise and support the vehicle. 5. Remove the front end splash shields. 6. Remove the nut (3) that secures the front section of the A/C liquid line (4) to the A/C condenser (5). 7. Disconnect the A/C liquid line from the A/C condenser and remove and discard the dual plane seal. 8. Install plugs in, or tape over the opened liquid line fitting and condenser outlet port. NOTE: LHD model shown. RHD model similar.