Anyone interested in part numbers ? If only to find out if there were different parts used in
Europe ? I will bring them to you apparently - let me have a deeper look into the workshops'
Note 1: These are the vented versions, older headlights are no longer available.
Note 2: The Euro rear lights have yellow flashers and integrated foglight and reverse light. Different wiring than US-models !
Note 3: This wiring is without wires for reverse lights.
Note 4: If you think this filter is a little too expensive (about 35 DM in Germany) you may replace it with the following types:
Note 5: There are a lot OEM-Filters available from Purolator, MANN, KNECHT, BOSCH and MAHLE. I haven't got the numbers yet, but will bring them later.
Note 6: There are different Light Switches. This one is for cars without 'Traveler'-Computer in the dashboard. The original switch (P/N 4373-752) had an additional contact to dim down the Traveler's display when the headlights are switched ON. This switch doesn't have this extra-contact and the display always light up with maximum intensity - and you have a left-over cable hanging around near the switch ...(but doesn't matter). When my headlights switch had to be replaced I got this one from the workshop - they hadn't looked closer into their micro-films. And because I needed the switch I installed it instead of returning it to them.
Note 7: In Germany they use the Champion RN11 YC4 - unless the (1989) users-manual says RN12 YC4 ! No one in the workshop could tell me why. Most recent answer: "Chrysler ordered to do so !" - but they cannot proove it. Will track this later on, too.
Last Update 30. January 1997
© 1997 by Peter H. Wendt