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Fuse in engine compartment that is connected to a pink/blu wire on a 1996 dodge dakota 3.6 2wh drive keeps popping fuse

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Could also have too small of a fuse in

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How do I fix a fuse that pops ever time I pull the light switch? 96 dodge Dakota no tail lights no side markers no license plate lightship. Has head lights turn signals brake lights reverse.


Sounds like you have a short that is going to ground. You can put a fuse in and have someone watch the rear lamps when you pull the light switch on. You can also check the bulb sockets by removing the bulbs. You could try a 5 amp heavier fuse (be careful only for a few seconds). Check the wiring for a weak spot as well. Try another light switch. I hope this helps.

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Here is what I have for a Dakota. There is a pink wire that goes to the brake light switch, but nothing for the headlights.



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95 Dodge Dakota headlights, taillights dash lights suddenly went out. Have turn signals and flashers, no brake lights. Replace 15 amp fuse under dash that was blown nothing, replaced headlight switch


Did you check for voltage at the 50 amp fuse circuit. Even if the fuse is good if no voltage on the fuse circuit, the circuit is still dead. There is a light green wire that carries voltage from headlamp switch to dimmer, is that wire hot with headlamp switch on?

There are wiring diagrams for free, just about everywhere, if you don't have one. Autozone .com has free wiring diagrams on vehicle repair guides link. You have to register your vehicle, year--make--model, all that good stuff. It's free.

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Brake lamp fuse keeps going out what is causing this in my 96 dodge dakota


Sounds like a short in the wire somewhere. Either wires are shredded somewhere and touching. Check exposed wiring for problems. Check all lights on that fuse circuit.

Hope this helps at least some. Good luck!

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1996 dodge dakota blower fan , cut out while driving ,no owners manuel , to check what fuse to change


The fuse and blower relay is under the hood...on the left fender in a black box..if you open it up..it will show you what is what in the lid of the black box..i hope this will help

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WHERE IS THE FUSE FOR PARKING LIGHTS IN 96 DODGE DAKOTA


have you found the passenger compartment fuse box? it is behind the knee blocker panel in your truck, you have to unscrew 5 screws to get to it. once you get there you are looking for a 20 amp fuse, it's fuse number 8. hope that helps

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The blower motor in my 1989 Dodge Dakota suddenly stopped working. Will not blow anything on any speed or on hot or cold!


Have you checked for a blown fuse first. There are two fuse control panels - one under the driver's dash board and one in the engine compartment. The one in the engine compartment should have the blower fuse. If the fuse is good, check the blower relay (this is also in the engine compartment). The cover to the fuse box has a diagram of the fuse locations and descriptions. "BLWR" is usually used for blower.

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1990 Dodge Dakota 3.9l V6 won't start


look in the engine compartment near the battery... should see a long flat plastic piece with tabs on each end... remove that cover... lots of relays there and fuses too.

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Turn signals wont work but flashers do


Hi.
On your 98 Dakota.
Is equipaded with a single Flasher.
If you replace all ready.
Check the FUSE # 10, 15 amp..
On the Fuse box. left side of Dash.
and the FUSE D 25, amp. On engine compartment Fuse box.
Check the proper funtion of the HAZARD switch.
Bacause if the Hazard switch is bad the turn signal don't will work. Match the OLD flasher with the New one.

If after of this still not work.
Remove the steering wheel cover, locate the Turn signal switch connector and with a TEST Light check power with the Key ON
12v. to the RED wire and PINK wire..
If you found 12v. check the connection with the switch.
If the connection is good. you will need to replace the turn signal switch.
But if you don't found 12v. You need to look a an open circuit.
And fix it..

I hope this help on your problem..
Thank you for use fixya...

Aug 31, 2008 | 1998 Dodge Dakota

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