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Re: horn, windshield wiper not working, new fuse
Before you go to the relay--see if you can scrub the fuse holders clean (for the horn and wipers). Remove the ceramic fuses, and take a stiff bristled brush and some rubbing alcohol to the contact surfaces. Vehicles I used to restore (from the South) that had been sitting a while had green oxidation on the fuse contacts that would cause intermittent opens on the circuit.
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The wiring diagrams in the Haynes book should show the washer pump circuit? Often the washer pump shares the same fuse as the wipers. You could pull off the electrical connector for the washer switch, or the multi-function switch if so equipped, and check for voltage on the pump wire going to the switch, key on. Then check if power going out of switch to the pump-key on and pump switch on. If power on both, the wire from switch to pump must be broken. Run a new wire. If power into switch but none out-switch is bad. If no power into switch for the pump, may have to keep looking for a bad fuse or the wire from fuse panel to the washer switch may have a problem. Hope this helps, good luck.
All of these functions are controlled by the totally integrated power module (TIPM) so the first thing to do is check 30A fuse 10. Next, check 10A fuse 30 in the power distribution center (PDC). Power passes through the steering control module and the right steering switch to the horn switch. Pressing the horn switch sends a signal through the right steering switch and the steering control module to the TIPM which applies 12 volts to the horns, causing them to blow. If all fuses check good, the problem is in the other circuitry.
If fuse 10 in the TIPM is good, operation of the turn signal switch should cause the turn signals to flash.
If fuse 10 in the TIPM is good, check 5A fuse 35 and 10A fuse 30 in the PDC. If all fuses are good, the wipers should work.
sound as a grounded B+ wire (voltage supply), sorry but need a good honest electrician, he might need to tear down electrical harness to trace, find and repair if possible grounded wires, hope is not too much damaged
I had a simlar issue with my 99 gti vr6. My head lights, horn, wipers & climate control would not work. I found out my ignition switch was fried. Strange because my car would still start. Issue is fixed now.
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.
THE PROBLEM HERE IS WHAT IS CALLED THE WINDSHIELD WIPER MOTOR PARK CIRCUIT, YOU MUST REPLACE THE WIPER MOTOR TO FIX IT. I DON'T KNOW WHY IT GOT BURNED OUT, WHERE THE WIPERS ON WHEN THE BATTERY WAS DRAINED?