Question about 2000 Dodge Caravan
The ignition power outlet quit. It seems like i blew a fuse b/c the radio quit at the same time although it still has lights, just no power/radio. I'm unsure if this is related, but the heat has taken longer and longer to warm up, finally ending up that it mostly blows cold air now. Could that be connected? the heat has been getting less for some time though, the power just happened a few weeks ago. thanks
Hi Cyndi... Yes, you are most likely right about a simple fuse blowing out. Many different functions are typically driven off of one fuse. The fact you have more than one electrical device not working indicates you should indeed check all of your fuses. There is an "electrical center" located under the hood, next to the battery as well as a small assortment of fuses under the dash. All of these should be checked, as you cannot be absolutely sure which components are being shared by any particular fuse. Sometimes it's straightforward and sometimes it not, so please check them all.
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