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There is no replaceable relay. The relay is internal to the Integrated Power Module. This is the fuse box under the hood, it also contains internal relays and a module. If you are looking for the relay because the a/c will not work, it may be a bad clutch coil, wiring, IPM, or a pressure transducer may be not allowing the IPM to engage the clutch. The problem will need to be diagnosed with the dealer's Starscan scan tool.
The 30A fuse J11 in the totally integrated power module (TIPM) protects the driver side power sliding door module. The 40A fuse J3 in the totally integrated power module (TIPM) protects the left rear door module. If these two fuses are good, the modules may be defective.
The passenger door locks are controlled through the passenger door module. Power to the module is supplied by 20 amp fuse #46 in the IPM (integrated power module) under the hood. Make sure the fuse is not blown.
There is no under dash fuse block in this vehicle, only the one under the hood. Here is the description from Dodge.
The Integrated Power Module (IPM) is a combination of the Power Distribution Center (PDC) and the Front Control Module (FCM). The IPM is located in the engine compartment, next to the battery. The PDC mates directly with the FCM to form the IPM. The PDC is a printed circuit board based module that contains fuses and relays, while the FCM contains the electronics controlling the IPM and other functions. This IPM connects directly to the battery positive through a four pin connector. The ground connection is through two other connectors. The IPM provides the primary means of voltage distribution and protection for the entire vehicle.
There are a couple of things you need to check here. The way that the heater fan works is this: Input from the coolant temperature sensor sends input through a high speed and low speed fan relay in the Integrated Power Module (under hood fuse box.) This then triggers a relay mounted down low on the driver's side near the radiator which kicks the fan on or off.
The fan is set to work in a "stay alive" mode if the coolant temperature sensor input is invalid, or if it loses input from either of the two relays in the IPM. So it should run all the time if the coolant temp sensor is disconnected, or either of the relays are pulled from the IPM.
The relay on the frame is the most likely culprit here if it is not running at all. Do those tests, then take that relay off if you can't get it to run at all. It won't hurt it to remove it.
there is a fuse in the IPM intergrated power module behind the battery. also check for a fuse called IOD ignition-off draw sometimes they pop too. other then that bust out the voltage meter go to town on the fuses and power outlets might have a short somewhere.