The lights on my guage panel wont go complete off

Asked by Feb 13, 2016 at 07:51 PM about the 2015 Chrysler 200

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the ignition switch is at fault, I believe...the "brains" for this problem have the heart at this function...of which this switch is responsible...am new at the 200 and do not know if they've gone to the dopey pushbutton yet....so a mechanical device...the keyswitch Is at fault~...in my humble opinion~

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if a pushbutton to start configuration, might take a look at connectors and looms...once in a while a connector is not fully seated...or gets bent in the installation of that goodie~ so take a careful look at the dash connectors and possibly unplug and plug back in if there is not a "tooth" keeping them held together~ inspect, things do not usually do crazy stuff by themselves...might have been that plug in waffle maker?~

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