98 TrueDelta members own (or used to own) a 2006 Chrysler PT Cruiser. 21 of these members
(21.4%) have reported electrical repairs for their car.
A total of 29 electrical repairs to 2006 Chrysler PT Cruisers--an average of 0.3 per
vehicle--have been reported.
Battery kept dieing....all systems checked out ok. No parasitic draws or electrical system failure. Unexplained
The PT would simply be dead, randomly and increasing in frequency. Origin undetermined but suspected alternater may have been the issue but more likely a fault in wiring harness somewhere. Needed to stop the bleeding.
Heard a chime sound & stopped at red light near a service station & decided to pull over to check it out. While parking the chime sounded very fast repeatedly. There was smoke coming from hood. Let engine cool & tested for problem. Replaced AC compressor
Had wiring issue with left low beam, computer issue of some sort also. Dash lights would start blinking and gauges would go beserk occasionally. Decided to bail on car and cut my losses.
had to have tsb done and had to put a set of plugs in it.
Replacement of Totally Integrated Power Module, unit send incorrect voltage to AC compressor. The module was expected to fail to control other electronic functions, so it was replaced. Module is VIN specific.
Replace compressor, one pressure hose and cooling fans.
Check battery light keep coming on. Had to replace battery cables.
Battery light was intermittent, when came on. Has to stop car, shut off & restart. Dealer did a software reload.
Flasher/Turn signals do not work outside the car, but I can visibly see flashers on inside of car working-flashing real fast! The turn signal switch was changed, but there is still no turn signal/flasher activity! What's the problem now?