Question about 2001 Dodge Neon
First thing is check you accessory fuse located on the driver side of the dash. Or you may actually have to check the OWNERs Manual to see what fuse does what. The back of the fuse door usually has fuse schematics. If neither of these are available use an Ohm meter to check continuity on the fuses. Change with SAME fuse rating if there is no continuity between the poles.
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