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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 08-24-2012, 12:03 PM Thread Starter
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Pwr seats, pwr locks, headlights not working

I have a Concorde 98. Last week my son decided to side swipe a tree.

I changed the front quarter panel and two days later the left side wheel came off.

Now the pwr seat, pwr locks and headlights don't work. The headlights can be put on highbeam, but you need to keep the highbeam lever pulled towards you the whole time.

From searching it looks like it it probably a BCM that needs to be replaced. I have seen some people recommend an ignition switch.

How do know when it is a BCM or switch?

Also the the HVAC Blower motor is on high all the time. It looks like this might be the resistor.

The local junk yard has a few LHS 300 cars. One is where I got the front quarter. I thought intrepids and concordes where interchangeable, but I guess they are not.

Is there site that can tell me which model years of Concordes, LHS, etc are compatible with what I have?

Thanks for any help.
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Hi Dwight! Welcome aboard.

I can't help you much about your situation, but I'd lean towards BCM based on your symptoms...

Just wanted to welcome you around.
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Was that the left front wheel?

The harness for the underhood PDC runs right above the L/F wheel on the frame rail. Perhaps the wiring is damaged or has pulled a connector loose there?
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Best way to tell compatibility of parts is thru the parts pdf's. They can be a little tricky to interpret, but once you get the hang of it, it's not too bad. Also, aftermarket sites can provide some help by checking the application chart for a given part.
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