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Chrysler Repair/occupant sensor - Chrysler Town and Country part 2


Hi Roland,
I have not button "Ask a Question" when I read your answer on subject "occupant sensor - Chrysler Town and Country" so I cannot send your message and I start new one subject.

I have only one 10 amp fuse. It is ok.

First letter in my email is "L" no "I". Try again LDUSATGAZETA.PL, please.

OK, I used ldus "at" and that seemed to work. I didn't recognize "AT" as @.
Now we will need to identify what is the fault name you are experiencing as there are no number shown. Perhaps a readout with a different code reader will give us that answer.
Please be so kind as to rate/nominate me once again.

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Roland Finston


Free fast answer to your repair question about a Chrysler/Dodge/Plymouth car, minivan, SUV, or truck. Problems with electronically controlled engines and transmissions as well as body wiring problems are my specialty. This free troubleshoot advice forum helps you diagnose faults, minimize repair costs or do-it-yourself.

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