In this article you will find a description of fuses and relays Chrysler,
with photos of block diagrams and their locations.
Highlighted the cigarette lighter fuse (as the most popular thing people look for).
Get tips on blown fuses, replacing a fuse, and more.
|1||20||Hazard warning flashers|
|3||30||Circuit Breaker: Power windows and moon roof|
|4||30||Air conditioning and heater blower motor, heated rear window relay, deck lid solenoid, illuminated entry sense and cornering lights|
|5||20||Cluster, tail, side marker, license, opera, dome, turn signal, radio display and cassette lights|
|6||20||Stop, mirror, map, reading and courtesy lights, key in buzzer, ignition relay, illuminated entry and chimes, ignition switch, trunk, “B” pillar, door lock and front header lights, clock memory and radio memory|
|7||20||Horn, horn relay, cigar lighter, power antenna and glove box light|
|8||30||Circuit Breaker: Power seats and door lock solenoids|
|11||5||Brake warning, oil pressure, door ajar, and seat belt lights, voltage limiter, temperature and fuel gauges, low fuel warning indicator, radio capacitor, seat belt buzzer and speed control|
|13||4||Air conditioning, heater, cluster, hood, parking brake, defogger, cigar lighter, ash tray, clock, radio and gear selector lights|
WARNING: Terminal and harness assignments for individual connectors will vary depending on vehicle equipment level, model, and market.
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