When Instrument cluster light wasn't working, did this also effected the break lights? When you installed the used one did you had to program it to make it work?

Asked by Jul 30, 2013 at 04:28 PM about the 2007 Chrysler Sebring 4 Dr Touring

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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I doubt it, chrysler sadly since going bankrupt has become very greedy,one problem sounds like a dimmer or whats called a rheostat(controls brightness of insturments. Start easy check fuses, the brake lights may simply be a bad brake sw blown fuse,or just plain old burned out bulbs, chinese q control sucks.invest in a test light probe 9.99 at any parts house, buy the one that looks heavy duty may be a bit more but w care can last 15 20 years.

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If you are having an issue with the brake lights(I.E.: all three are going out), you probably need to replace the brake light switch. The cluster and the lights aren't actually connected, but you do have a relay between the multi function switch and the lights.

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