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Need fuse diagram for dodge neon

The Dash lights and rear running lights went out at the same time. So I figured it was a fuse. The problem is, I no longer have my owners Manuel to check which fuse I need to replace. Can some one help please.

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  • Anonymous Dec 11, 2008

    has anyone answered the problem of why the dash & rear lights of a neon have gone out at the same time??? I check the inside fuses and all were okay

  • Anonymous Jan 26, 2009

    I have same problem.. found out it was the #15 fuse inside... but it keeps blowing so i thin k its a short problem.

  • wing1star Feb 27, 2009

    Hey I have the same problem with mine.  Does it only blow when it's moving or did you find a solution?

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I have had the same problem with my 98, i took it to the car wash and then everyhting went down hill. No running lights whats so ever, no intereur lights on dash or anything. It keis wet.eps blowiing the 15 amp fuse like everyong else like ialln the secondof everything the car through the trunk cuz or third spot and i cant find anything , but think water got into the fuse box somehow or in the back cuz everything is wet. any help call 608 931 6683

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Check fuse 3 in he fuse block under the hood and fuse 15 in the fuse block inside for power

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