WHERE IS THE FUSE BOX LOCATED ON PT CRUISER

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Asked by May 08, 2007 at 08:50 PM about the 2002 Chrysler PT Cruiser Base

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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There are two fuse boxes. One is the Integrated Power Module, which is the underhood fuse box. The interior fuse box is typically located either on the left-hand side of the dashboard, under a panel which is covered when the vehicle door is closed, or underneath the steering wheel area visible with your head looking up under the driver's seat towards the dash. It may also be located in or near the glove box area.

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I have a 2002 PT Cruiser. The fuse box is under the dash to the left of the steering column. My problem is replacing the blinker module. I have the part, and I was able to download instructions from one of the publishers of repair manuals like Haynes or Chilton's I think. It says to remove the upper and lower shroud from the steering column. I don't see an upper or lower shroud. Any ideas?

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i need help i have a 2006 crysler cruiser the alarm wont stop going off please help .

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drivers side by ur knee

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Hi Where is the 2 nd fuse box for 2008 PT Cruiser GT model , right hand light not working and bulb has been checked?

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where is the fuse box for the window in a 2007 pt

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Mattie Johnson

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Mattie Holmes

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The 2006+ cruiser don't have an interior fuse box. The last cruiser to have that was 2005. Everything is in the IPM (Integrated Power Module) that's in the engine compartment. The whole electronic system was changed in 2006 to the CAN- BUS system which isn't easy to work on. Do you have an owners manual? That will give you the layout of all the things inside the IPM. Here's the rundown of all the things inside the IPM.

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Hi! Please, I need help. I need to change the fuse box for my PT Cruiser 2006. I would like to buy it working but not brand new. Anyone?

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Does any one know why it starters but won't turn on

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I need help I have a 2006 or crusier and it second gear help

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Where is the fuse box on a 2009 Pt Cruiser? The rear windshield wiper won't work and I don't know if it's the motor or bad fuse? Can someone help me?

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I have a 2009 it cruiser and I started having problems about a week ago the battery light won't go off and I replaced the battery and alternator but after all this the battery light still comes on what could it be any advice because I'm so lost and tired of putting money in it.

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While driving on the freeway at 65 miles and two PT Cruiser just shut down I tried to turn it back on nothing I had it towed home and when I got it home and turned it over all it did was go click click click could it be the relay

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My pt cruiser has no fuses in airbag slots should there be any in there

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