Question about 1997 Dodge Avenger
How do you know its not charging? What are you basing that observation from?
Posted on Dec 01, 2011
Ok, first check the fuse diagram on the fuse panel cover under the hood and line up the locations and descriptons to the fuse cluster. You may need the owner's manual as well. There will be one that is labled "ALT" "CHRG" or "BATT" and verify if the fuse is there, and if it's good. If you need to replace one, make sure that it's the correct amp fuse that's labled on the pannel for it.
Hope this helps
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