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Plymouth breeze electrical problem

What do the brake lights, dome lights, radio, and door locks have in common? All stopped working and all normal fuses seem to be good.

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Check fuse #4 in the fuse box uner the hood....it is supposed to be a 20 amp fuse ....check it for being blown and make sure there is power going to it.

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