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Light changes its brightness or head lamps go on suddenly on your 2000 Chrysler LHS 2000 model if equipped with auto-lamps or fog lamps

Light changes its brightness or head lamps go on suddenly on your 2000 Chrysler LHS 2000 model if equipped with auto-lamps or fog lamps

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    Does your light change its brightness on your 2000 chrysler lhs Does your light change its brightness on your 2000 chrysler lhs Document Transcript

    • Does Your Light Change Its Brightnesson Your 2000 Chrysler LHS? FollowStep by Step Repair ProcessLight Changes its brightness on 2000 Chrysler LHSPROBLEM:Light changes its brightness or head lamps go on suddenly on your 2000 Chrysler LHS 2000 model if equippedwith auto-lamps or fog lampsPROBLEM CODE:83 Loose ConnectionsGeneral Solution:Apply dielectric grease onto the headlamp switch wiring connector.PARTS REQUIRED:Mopar parts needed: Qty. 1 Part No. J8126688 Description: Mopar -Dielectric greasePROCEDURE:Replacing headlamp switch will not solve the condition. Here are the highly suggested procedures that directlyaddress the problem step by step.Step 1: Open the Chrysler LH hood and immediately disconnect the negative battery cableStep 2: locate the left panel of the instrument and remove its end cap.Step 3: lift and remove the steering column covering.Step 4: tilt down the steering column into its lowest position.Step 5: locate the screw and remove it to cluster bezel.Step 6: by now, you should be able to see the bezel mounting screw; however, the items may differdepending on the model.Step 7: locate the instrument panel brow area and remove the two screws at the upper cluster bezel as well asall the remaining attaching screws.Step 8: gently open up the instrument panel cluster bezel by using a trim stick (special tool #C-4755).Step 9: you have to disconnect and connect again the wire harness of the headlamp switch at least threetimes in order for the contacts to be clean.Step 10: apply a Mopar Dielectric grease, p/n J8126688 to the disconnected wire harness of the headlamp,and into the harness connector terminals.Step 11: now, reconnect the harness to the headlamp switch again.Step 12: after reconnecting, reassemble the instrument panel.Step 13: connect the negative battery cable and adjust the clock to the correct time.Completion time approximately 18 minutes. Now your lights should operate as normal.