It looks like the Black/White wire is a positive battery connection. Check that the slot you connected it to has 12 volts when the ignition is on and 0 volts when the ignition is off.
Just going by the instructions, it looks like it may always be illuminated. Is there an orange wire going into the defroster switch? If so, it will always be on as long as your ignition is on. It's just there to show you where you switch is in the dark. You can test it with a volt meter. Turn the switch off and check for 0 volts on the defroster connector that will hook up to your hardtop defroster circuit. Then turn it on, with the ignition on, and see if you have 12 volts. If that is correct, then it is probably just like I said above and you will only be able to tell that your defroster is on by the switch position.
If you have 12 volts with the switch on and off, you might have a bad switch. Pull the switch and check it with an ohm meter. A multimeter will be able to test both volts and ohms (resistance). You can always use a test light to check volts, not sure how you can test resistance.
You could always go to a chrystler dealership near you, I know the one here will print off schematics for free. Check what the D5 pin on the connector for #25 does and see if the one you used does the same thing.
I tried to cover everything I could think of. Good luck and let me know how it works.
Thursday, February 1st, 2007 AT 4:11 PM