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As we know the Chrysler PT Cruiser is a four-door wagon inspired by the panel vans of the1930s. The Cruiser is very popular with car enthusiasts who searching for a “retro”-themed concept car with lots of space at an affordable price. The PT Cruiser is a highly reliable car, but if you experience short circuiting and power issues a faulty electrical component might be the problem.You’ll need Nine-volt “memory saver”, Wrench, voltmeter, Test light and OBD 1 code reader for this jobInsert the On-Board Diagnostics code reader (OBD 1) into the fuse box. The OBD 1 is an internal troubleshooting system come with the Cruiser. The interior fuse box is on the left driver side of the dashboard, under the instrument panel. Link the OBD 1 code reader to the cable with the red cap over it. The OBD 1 identifies problems as numerical codes, so it’s important that you find out a trouble code key prior to using the reader. You can search online for a list of OBD 1 error codes.Turn the key in the ignition, and make the OBD 1 reader scan your OBD for the problem.Compare the code from the OBD 1 reader with the code listed, and identify exactly what the problem is.Insert a nine-volt “memory saver” into your car’s power receptacle or cigarette lighter, enabling you to supply voltage to your battery. If you don’t have an OBD 1 reader, you’ll have to troubleshoot the old-fashioned way. When doing electrical troubleshooting on a car, you must unhook the battery to avoid getting shocked. This causes a “loss of memory” with such things as your radio station presets, and settings have to be reset. The nine-volt “memory saver” gives your battery a low enough voltage to keep you safe while storing memory.Open your hood and use a wrench to disconnect the battery cables, the negative cables first and then the positive one. Insert the needle-like voltmeter leads into corresponding cable ports, one negative lead (black) for the negative port and one positive lead (red) for the positive port. Check the reading on the voltmeter. If the number is lower than 5 volts you should have to buy a new battery or recharge the current one.Attach one of the test light clips to the positive battery terminal (red), and attach the other end to the surface of any metal electrical component, such as a wiper motor, blower motor or idle stop solenoid. If the light on the test light starts to blink there’s a charge there and the component is not the problem. But if the light fails to light up, you might have a malfunction fuse, blown fuse or a malfunction circuit breaker that needs to be changed. If you have any query, please do not hesitate to contact me.
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