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The fuse box is on the drivers side in a black box near the hood release . There are 2 flat head screws to loosen and the cover pulls down and all the fuses are there and labled if not look for one with a broken fiament inside and thats the one thats bad there are also some under the hood also in a black box
there is another fuse panel inside.
I can't remember where it is, but you should check inside/behind the glove box.... or..... driver side under the dash.... or on either side of the dash where the door would hide it when closed.
I know the dodge/chrysler dash light fuse also powers the license plate light, so turn your lights on and see if you have a license plate light or not.
Hope you can locate the other box.
Hi Had the same problem with my 2001 Voyager. I decided to replace the factory double din size radio/cd with a Kenwood. The Kenwood poered up but no sound. There was one wire that did not connect from the original radio unit even though I had bought the correct wiring loom to connect the new unit. It turns out that this wire sends a signal to a relay in the fuse box under the bonnet to turn the amp on. This wire does not send 12volts but a signal of some kind. The cure was to take a live direct to the front rh relay and this then powers up the amp and everything works fine. Hope this helps.
relay located in the fuse box located under the hood, fuse/relay box is generally on L side of engine compartment.......fan relay should be marked under the cover...testing....try a new relay....they are cheap.
yet use a chrystler part!
Under the hood to the right of the battery. Squeeze the clips and lift
the lid of the fuse box. Inside the lid it tells you what each fuse is
used for, it's a bit hard to read black raised letters on a black
Also inside under the dash on the extreme left side beside the
computer access port are more I am told. I think you remove the plastic
cover held in by two screws. I never took it off but since my
defrosters don't work front or rear or heated mirrors I hope to find
the fuse in there.
I really hope help you with this. Good luck (remember rated this help).
The instrument lights & hazard lights are on the same fuse - marked HZD Lp in the fuse box. If the hazard lights work then you have probably just turned the instrument lights off by the rotary control on the dash.