Where is the radio fuse located on 2003 chrysler T&C
Where is the interor fuse box located on 2003 chrysler T&C. i got in my van and realized that the radio did not work and my front power outlet does not work. any help will greatly be appreciated. thanks
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Re: where is the radio fuse located on 2003 chrysler T&C
According to the Haynes repair manual: "There is no fuse and relay box inside the passenger compartment. However, there are a number of fuses, relays and circuit breakers in various locations under the dash. The heated mirror circuits and the circuit for the lower instrument panel power outlet (in the floor console) are fused with self-resetting fuses that are only serviceable by an authorized dealer." However, in the fusebox under the hood (a.k.a Integrated Power Module) there is a fuse RDO/IP IGN which is the fuse for the radio. Check this fuse. Both the radio and the Cigar Lighter are fused through the IPM.
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The fuse for the power outlet is located under the hood in the fuse/relay box, heres a few diagrams to help you, there are two fuses one for front outlet and the rear outlet has its on fuse if your truck has a rear outlet, hope this helps,
Fuse is located under the spare tire well and is in the fuse panel and is an 20 amp fuse that is slightly misaligned on the middle row of the box. This will fix cigarette lighter in ash tray in lower middle cluster of radio and a/c.
i assume you put a new battery in,van runs but no radio or clock, check all your fuses first,and also make sure that radio doesnt have anti theft system, if it does then read your manualy on how to enter the code,if it needs a code then it wont work until code is entered,careful if you do the code entering wrong three times then radio shuts down for one hour, then you would need to have the key on or van running for one hour straight,
The fuse you are looking for might be in the fuse box under the hood. I think on or about page 203 of the owners manual it will show the locations of the fuse boxes. The one under the dash is a little tricky. Just figure out what by looking at the pattern of the fuse lay out. You are looking for a 15 amp(blue) fuse I believe.
After you fix that I would recomend using the power outlet. I believe there are 2. One just in front of the shifter and the other in the center armrest storage box.
In the Fuse and Relay BOX Under hood Driver side. Take Lid off and Looking at it by way of Standing on side of Van. The Fuse you need to Replace is on TOP ROW (count from Front end of Van) Count to 7th FUSE and that is the one for BOTH Power Sockets 20 amp Fuse. There is a BLANK Fuse Spot in the ROW Dont Count it ONLY COUNT FUSES. Im Sure you will find this to be the Right Fuse, Otherwise Look at INSIDE of the BOZ LID For anything Further. Please RANK me If You FEEL I DESERVE IT
Fuse #14 is for REAR auxillary power outlet (in cargo area). This is located in the INSIDE fuse box to the left of and under the glovebox (to the left of the front passenger's feet). Fuse #32 is for FRONT Power Outlets/cigarette lighter//Lights, OnStar® Fuse 32 is under the hood in the ENGINE AREA fuse box located in the compartment just above the battery.DOUBLE CHECK YOUR MANUAL to make sure that your fuses are the same. I have a 2003 Rendezvous. Your newer model may be different. The diagrams for each fuse box can be found inside the lids of the compartments.