Question about 2005 Dodge Durango
Heater stopped working, removed fuse but replaced with same fuse now vehicle starts up but will not move out of park. Is there a safety feature, do we need to replace the fuses? Please Help
Sounds like a parking relay. have your relays checked by a mechanic.
some cars had a safety feature installed in the seat, that would not let the car out of park if someone was not setting in the seat. bounce a bit, in the seat, and try it again.
Posted on Jan 11, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
These are seperate fuses and seperate turn signal falsher which evenually go into the same wiring. See my answer to your previous question. Good luck and hope it helps.
Posted on Jan 19, 2009
Below is a listing of which fuse corresponds with which circuit:
1 - 10 Amp - Transmission Controller, Gauges, Autostick
2 - 10 Amp - Right High Beam Headlight
3 - 10 Amp - Left High Beam Headlight
4 - 10 Amp - Radio, CD Player
5 - 10 Amp - Washer Motor
6 - 15 Amp - Power Outlet
7 - 20 Amp - Tail, License, Parking, Illumination Lights, Instrument Cluster
8 - 10 Amp - Airbag
9 - 10 Amp - Turn Signal Lights, Turn Signal/Hazard Indicator
10 - 15 Amp - Right Low Beam
11 - 20 Amp - High Beam Relay, High Beam Indicator, High Beam Switch
12 - 15 Amp - Left Low Beam Headlight
13 - 10 Amp - Fuel Pump Relay, Power Train Control Module
14 - 10 Amp - Cluster, Day/Night Mirror,Sunroof, Overhead Console, Garage Door Opener, Body Control Module
15 - 10 Amp - Daytime Running Light Module (Canada)
16 - 20 Amp - Fog Light Indicator
17 - 10 Amp - ABS Control, Back Up Lights, Daytime Running Lights, A/C Heater Control Cavity Fuse Circuits
18 - 20 Amp - Power Amplifier, Horn
19 - 15 Amp - Overhead Console, Garage Door Opener, Trunk, Overhead, Rear Reading, and Visor Vanity Lights, Trunk Release Solenoid, Power Mirrors, Power Door Locks, Body Control Module, Aspirator Motor
20 - 20 Amp - Brake Lights
21 - 10 Amp - Leak Detection Pump, Low Rad Relay, High Rad Relay, A/C Clutch Relay
22 - 10 Amp - Airbag
23 - 30 Amp - Blower Motor, ATC Power Module
24 - 20 Amp - Power Window Motors
25 - 20 Amp - Power Door Lock Motors, Power Seats
Posted on Apr 22, 2009
ASD relay faulty? Try swapping it with same number from other relays & see if clicking stops. I believe there is others same # in there, but might not be. Get back to me if not.
Posted on Jul 18, 2009
your best bet is to turn your key on and check all of the fuses with a test light if you have a blown fuse you will have power on one side and nothing on the other side of the fuse ,some fuses will show nothing on either side that might be a spare fuse or a circuit not turned on at the time
Posted on Aug 08, 2009
The fuel heater is connected with the fuel pump, if it does not work, the fuel pump won't pump. Manifold heater has separate relays, fuse, and selenoids which are under the driver battery. If you have been working on it a lot make sure the battery is charged up.
Posted on Feb 10, 2010
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