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2000 Chrysler Town & Country Limited 4dr FWD

2000 Chrysler Town & Country
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Front Wheel Drive, 4 Door, 2WD Minivans
17 mpg city / 24 mpg hwy
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February 10, 2012, 7:00 am

Sharon K

Question: dashboard part cracked?

The curved part of the dash right above the steering wheel (above the area where the brake on indicator and check engine, etc) has cracked on both ends. It appears to be a seperate part that may be replaced. It lifts up because it cracked and seems as if a new one could be snapped into place. (not sure) Can you tell me what this part is called and where I could order it either on line or at a parts place. I really don't want to have the dealer obtain this for me due to their prices! Thank you for any help you can offer as I have not been able to locate this particular part online, I don't know what it is called to lookl for it. Thank you again. Sharon Kash

February 15, 2012, 11:45 am

Elizabeth K

You don't have to order it from the dealer, but the dealer is very helpful in getting you the name and part number of what you're looking for. If you go into the parts department, they will show you an exploded diagram of the dash. You can ask for the name, part number and price and then leave and look for it online.

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