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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
if the weather has changed and got cold your tire pressure would have dropped and would be lower. 2 options. 1 is fill ther tire to 30 psi and ride it out (remembering that when it warms up the tire pressure will automatically go up too)
2. Is to run a dry air such as nitrogen which does not change pressure in hot/cold weather.
Hope this helps
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
SOURCE: fog light
get under vehicle take off bumper sheilds after that you will need a 100mm get to the fog light and replace /thats it/Please rate my response thank you very much
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
They want that much because they have to replace the valance and paint it, the one with fog lights has a special brackets for them, Check to see if there is a nut on the back side of the fog light if there is you can just remove it, the fog lamps cost $110.00 each so thats 220 dollars and they use a special light switch that costs $60.00 thats why it's so much, plus have to wire it in if the Dodge did not come with the lights it may not have the wires for the harness to run the lights. So you will have to run a new relay intothe relay box switch and wires and a fuse to do it, even if you buy the factory lights and add a switch and relay your talking about $300.00
Posted on Aug 28, 2009
Cavity/ Fuse /Circuits
1/ 20 Amp Yellow/ Left High Beam Headlight
2/ 20 Amp Yellow/ Right High Beam Headlight
3/ 15 Amp Dk. Blue/ Adjustable Pedal
4/ 20 Amp Yellow/ Horn
5/ 25 Amp Clear/ Headlamp Washer - If Equipped
6/ 15 Amp Dk. Blue/ Front Control Module (FCM)
7/ 20 Amp Yellow/ Fog Lamp
8/ 15 Amp Dk. Blue/ Park Lamp
9/ 15 Amp Dk. Blue/ Non ABS Brakes
10/ 5 Amp Orange/ Starter
11/ 20 Amp Yellow/ Auto Shutdown/Powertrain Control Module (PCM)
12/ - -
13/ - -
14/ 25 Amp Clear/ Powertrain Control Module
15/ 20 Amp Yellow/ Injectors, Ignition Coils
16/ 15 Amp Dk. Blue/ Powertrain Control Module
17/ 30 Amp Pink/ Antilock Brake System (ABS) Valves
18/ 30 Amp Pink/ Windshield Wiper/Washer
19/ 50 Amp Red/ Radiator Fan
20/ 20 Amp Lt. Blue/ Starter
21/ 50 Amp Red/ ABS Pump Motor
22/ 40 Amp Green/ Radiator Fan High/Low
23/ 50 Amp Red/ High Intensity Lighting
24/ - -
25/ 30 Amp Pink/ Lighting Left High Beam/Right Low Beam
26/ 20 Amp Lt. Blue/ Transmission
27/ 30 Amp Pink/ Lighting Left Low Beam/Right High Beam
if this helps please rate 4 thumbs up.
Posted on Jan 21, 2011
SOURCE: looking for fuse for fog
Check your instructions with the fog lamps, I believe you will need to take your car to a dealer to have them activate the fog lamp driver in the Totally Integrated Power Module.
Posted on Jan 23, 2011
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