Question about 2001 Dodge Stratus
Checked all fuses
Now you need a repair shop or dealer
Assuming you replaced the instrument cluster
yourself for some reason
Posted on Nov 21, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: # 4 fuse blew out,
I KNOW YOU HAVE AN ELECTRICAL SHORT.WAS AN ALARM INSTALLED OR ANY OTHER TYPE OF ACCESSORY? CHECK WITH DODGE TO FIND OUT ABOUT A RECALL.IF SOMETHING WAS INSTALLED, TAKE IT BACK THERE TO STRAIGHTEN IT OUT IF NOT HAVE A AUTO TECHNICIAN CHECK IT FOR YOU.
Posted on Dec 27, 2008
Hi my name is Allen!
This is a very hard motor to get out!
This will save you time, if you have a test light and jumper cables, hook the jumper cables to the battery, then hook your test light to the positive side of the jumper cable, turn the ignition key on and turn the blower motor on. Next at the blower motor connector touch the test light to the negative side of the connector if the test light, lights up you have a good ground. NEXT; move the test light to the negative side of the jumper cable and test the positive side of the connector if it lights, you have power coming to the motor, if you have both power and ground you need to replace the motor, if no light on one side you need to repair the one that doesn't light up.
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Posted on Dec 28, 2008
SOURCE: blower motor will not work
Do further tests at the relay to ascertain whether the fault lies before or after the relay.
Check power availability at the supply side of the relay contacts - should have 12v from a supply fuse on one side of the normally open contact (note -this supply may only be available when Ign or Acc sw is on).
If power supply is ok at the relay contact, check control input to relay operate coil.
If a ground (or 12v) operates the relay, operate the relay with a local ground (or 12v) and check blower motor runs.
If all above OK, check control signal from fan switch is arriving at the relay control coil.- if not trace wiring back to the switch.
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
first check the fuse for the stop light circuit, if it's good, check your bulbs, it's possible they are all burned out! take one of them out, swap in a new one, and see if it lights. If not, get a wiring diagram and start checking for your powers and grounds. Take a look at the stop light switch on the brake pedal. If it's no good, there is a good chance that your cruise control may not work properly either. Good luck.
Posted on Dec 16, 2009
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