Question about 2001 Dodge Caravan
I have an 01 G/Caravan that is blowing fuses - it first blew the fuses for the right headlamp and the instrument cluster - I replaced the fuses and it was fine for a few weeks, then the same fuses blew along with the other headlamp fuse and the blower resistor burned out also. Now when I replace the fuses they blow immediately. I first thought the voltage regulator may have gone bad and was surging but it does it even when the van is not running. I did find a ground strap that was corroded and broken - replaced that but not change. I have been tracing wires looking for a short and have not found anything as of yet. Anyone having ideas/suggestions or an answer would be much appreciated.
Found a corroded / shorted wiring harness below the TCM in front of the left front wheel. Repaired the wires - now works fine.
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
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