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|
|2||20||Speed control, heated rear window and cornering lights|
|3||30||Circuit Breaker: Power windows and moon roof|
|4||30||Air conditioning and heater blower motor|
|5||20||Cluster, tail, side marker, license, opera, dome, trunk, map and CB radio lights|
|6||20||Stop, mirror, map, reading and courtesy lights, key in buzzer, ignition relay, illuminated entry and chimes, glove box and open door light, seat belt and headlight warning and power door lock relay|
|7||20||Horn, horn relay, cigar lighter, power antenna and glove box light, stop lights, clock feed and radio memory|
|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, tailgate light, low washer fluid light, fuel, oil and temperature gauges and seat belt buzzer|
|13||3||Cluster, parking brake, radio, clock, defogger, air conditioning, heater, ash tray, cigar lighter and radio display dimming lights|
WARNING: Terminal and harness assignments for individual connectors will vary depending on vehicle equipment level, model, and market.
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