I HAVE NO POWER TO MY DASHBOARD, NO POWER TO THE RADIO, NO POWER TO THE CONVT TOP

Asked by Sep 02, 2012 at 05:06 PM about the 2001 Chrysler Sebring LXi Convertible

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I TRIED TO STATE MY CAR YESERDAY AND IT STARTED JUST FIND I TURN IT OFF TO SEE IF I COULD RETARTED TO LET THE DRIVERS WINDOW UP AND THE POWER WENT OUT, IT WANT EVEN TURN OVER NO POWER. PLAEASE HELP.

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I'd try to jump start the battery first. I had a battery die just like that about 5 years ago. It was running fine and the next time it didn't start at all. I know a battery usually gives some indications via the clock, lights, hard start. etc. Sometimes they just die permanently, Sort of like a battery heart attack.

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OK, if the car starts, the battery itself is fine, and the main battery connection is getting a decent connection. I would be interested in following the Main battery cable back towards the Main Fuse Block. It sounds like there is a loose or corroded connection of the main battery lead at the Fuse block. Check for corrosion, clean and check dash lights.

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