Some buddy please help me find the right answer

Asked by Sep 25, 2017 at 10:28 PM about the 2003 Chrysler Concorde

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Please help I just bought 03 Concorde with
some front and back bumper only damage  
nothing structural car runs drives just fine
head lights tail lights work fuses are good
but for some reason the air bag light is on
AC, blower motor, turning signals horn are
not working not sure what else maybe clock
position in the steering, CPU ,wiring ,fuse
box I don't know I'm just trying to narrow
things down iv put everything into just
buying this vehicle don't have much to
spend fixing it im paycheck to paycheck
barely getting by asking for help please
thank you

2 Answers

127,925

Buy a multi-meter for ten bucks and trace out the problems. Putting every dollar you have into a problem car means no money for repairs.

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7,675

They could all be separate issues , the multi meter will help a lot , see if power is getting to the turn signal bulbs in the back , same with the horn and blower , are they getting power ? Start on one end and work your way back , everything needs a ground too .Think of the money you'll save on an auto electric repair class , the inter net is full of information and it's free , (for the most part) education is free , certification costs money

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