Question about 2004 Dodge Durango
After turning my vehicle off to refill, I turned it on and the warning signals will not go off. I have no headlights, no window controls, and not horn. In addition, I have dash lights, but no indicator box for the transmission. Any idea. The dealership wants $110.00 just to identify the problem.
All most guarantee it will be a fuse or a relay box (silver or black boxes) check under the bonnet there should be a narrow plastic box. Take the lid off under the lid will have a diagram with the fuses and relay boxes they pull out a pair of narrow pliers helps be gentle you need to find the one that has the instruments on it swap it with another then check if they are working.
Also in addition there should also be similar under the steering wheel same process.
The relay switch and fuses you can get from a auto shop.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Electrical problem
I just had the same issues. No headlights, interior lights, power door locks, radio controls on steering wheel, or dash lights. Pulled every fuse in cab and under hood, not a one was bad. I disconnected the battery terminals for a few minutes. When I reconnected them every thing was working.
Posted on Dec 20, 2008
I looked this up on WikiAnswers. Apparently the 2005 dodge magnum has 2 fuse boxes. One is under the hood on the passenger side and the other is in the trunk, next to the battery, in the spare tire storage well.
Posted on May 11, 2009
Reports say that this can be caused by cold solder connections in the centre instrument panel where the A/C controls are. Electrical system issue here manifests itself in instrument cluster. Fix is to remove 4 screws to access A/C stuff. Look for burnt or loose wiring / terminals on connectors in this area.. Re-solder or obtain used replacemnt terminal if needed, from junk yard. Mine is 1999 Grand Caravan. Intermittent failures then permanent with instrument cluster.
Posted on Nov 04, 2009
that symbol is for your tire preasure,its telling you that one of your tires are low, check all tire preasures, you can set to32 psi or look in manually sometimes they have you set them at 28psi but i always go to 32 psi. anyway theres a button on the lower left of steering wheel to reset or drive a few miles.also check your spare, hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 11, 2010
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