i have a 07 sebring 4 door rt. low beam is out i have changed the bulb still does not work found that i have no power at the bulb all fuses are good

Asked by Jun 02, 2012 at 06:50 PM about the 2007 Chrysler Sebring

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

6 Answers


Check your fuse and or relay in the under the hood fuse panel for that side low beam.

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checked the fuses but don't what relay is what nothing in owners manual


How about under the fuse cover lid? Also,cycle your high beam switch and see if anything changes

nothing under the relay lid also tried cycling switch several times


Id say if nothing was messed under the hood then go with a headlight switch. Probably would be your best bet and cheapest. Of course it could be a body control module? let me know?

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It's the Totally Integrated Power module. You can get a refurbished one from LKQ for a little over 200.00. Install and reset cost 65.00. The dealer wanted to charge me 1000.00. I think this should be a factory recall. A low beam bulb only costs 6 to 9 dollars. Hope this helps you.

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