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Power Door Lock Fuse for 2004 Dodge Grand Caravan

I've looked under the hood at the Integrated Power Module (IPM) but didn't see a fuse for the power door locks.

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  • rhyder66 Sep 24, 2008

    I took the van to a repair tech and he said that there was a module that had malfunctioned and the only way to detect the problem was the van's computer. Once he reset the module it fixed the problem. Now if that's just an explination to a novice of auto repairs, I don't know, but it's fixed. Thanks for your info anyway.

  • Anonymous Mar 23, 2014

    power door lock on one door doesn't work



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There are more in the interior under the dash by the steering column

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