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I need info on how to change the fuse or the bulb for my check engine light to work on my 1998 dodge durango.
Is the check engine light on now,but it not showing. you have to remove the insturment cluster. there is four screws holding the cluster in
Posted on Dec 03, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Need fuse schematic
if the fuse was blown the stop lights on both sides would be inop, also if the stop light circuit were dead u would be unable to get the trans out of park, use a 12 volt test light and test the brake light switch at the top of the brake pedal, u can buy a test light from Autozone, kragen and others for about $5 US. If the system has power cjheck the bulb socket it may be defective, use the 12 volt test light while someone pushes the brake pedal. let me know what u find and i will give u further assistance as ness.
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
SOURCE: no diagram for the fuse box
Its a fuse. find the fuse box, sometime's there is more then one. Most are inside the drivers side panel. pull out the cover and read the back of the cover. It list the fuse's and their function. Be brave pull out a few fuse's and see if any have a burned wire in the middle. Or simply compare the fuse's you pull out untill you find one that doesnt look right compared to the others. Make sure you replace the burned out fuse with the proper amps, youll see. good luck.
Posted on May 03, 2009
If your blower only worked on high before it quit, or didnt work on high before it quit,
You probably have a faulty blower motor resistor assembly. The part number is 04885635ab If you look on the bottom of the motor housing on the passenger side (about where the passenger toes would point) you will see a wire harness that is a long oval in shape and has 5 or 6 wires in it. You will need a 7 or 8mm 1/4 inch drive socket with a u-joint attachment. on the firewall side of the connector, there is a sliding lock that keeps the connector on the plug. you will have to slide the lock toward the drivers side and the squeeze a small blak tab to pull the connector off of the plug. Once the connector is off, use the socket to remove the 2 screws. It will drop right down once the screws are removed. Once it is removed, it looks like a 2 inch by 3 inch by 16th of an inch thick piece of metal with a plug on it. The resistor pack dissipates ALOT of heat so do not take it out until the truck has been off for 30 minutes or so. I priced the part at a dealership for $12.77
Posted on Aug 04, 2009
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