Question about 2006 Dodge Ram 3500 Truck
Not sure which fuse might affect only wire for left blinker/stop light. Voltage drop seems to indicate a fuse or maybe a short. Have 12+ volts for right side, but 10+ on left side and not adequate to drive left blinker/stop light on trailer. Good bulb on trailer. Which connector has this wire in the engine comparment and which fuse powers this wire? Seems like it might be a common problem based on surprisingly large number of posts all about losing power to this wire. One 'solution' was need to replace PDC. Yikes.
Its actually located in the TIPM. more like a internal circuit breaker to protect the system. will have to have the TIPM reconfigured to vehicle spec with the dealer scan tool. problem is it doesnt always work because it shorts it out and/or you can only do it a couple of times berfore it has to be replaced
Posted on May 21, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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