Question about 2005 Dodge Caravan
Hi, I'm glad to help! The main interior fuse is called the IOD Fuse and its located under the hood in the Integrated Power Module which is the black box with all the fuses and relays. You need to check 2 fuses: (1) Fuse 14 its a 20 amp fuse. (2) Fuse 5 its also a 20 amp fuse. If both of the fuses are good then you may have a problem with the "Accessory Relay" Which is in the same place where the fuses are! I have provided a picture of the black box that shows you where the relay is located. What you need to do to check the relay is simply swap it with another relay in the box that looks the same and see if everything is working. Hope this helps and have an awesome day!
Posted on Jun 18, 2014
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