1990 Chrysler Le Baron 3.0 Cabriolet Specifications
Body Controller, (Base) Stamped 4503112
however, i swapped from analog to digital a few years ago and to do that a premium BCM was required.
i can not find a number on my BCM, but i believe there was a number range 4020 in it orso.
is this helpfull?
well, the flasher won't work.
the turnlights are working but not the hazardlights.
the relay is also shorter then the accisting one.
i took the the relay from the donor cat, which is exactly the same blue one, but that does not work also.
now i start thinking about a loose wiring orso.
fuses are okay.
i keep looking and posting back to you.
okay, in that case, i have ground aswell as power on the switch on the cavitys.
i replaced the switch just to be sure with a spareone from the donor car, a working switch.
also tried 3 different relays.
fuse are okay
i have problem with my turn light
hazard light are working fine but turn light do not work I change the fuse but it is still not working
on the book of tghe daytona i can find any details regarding if there is a relay or not to find where come from my problem
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