Question about 2010 Chrysler Town and Country
You don't need to replace them all. You have two types. J type is square with a clear cover. It looks like two shiny balls(solder joints) on wire. If the joints aren't shiny, replace them first. The others are M type. These are opaque, see threw. You'll have to pull them to see is the wire is broken. Best is if you say what is happening to the vehicle and codes are really helpful. Your fuse panel is a computer also. I have replace quite a few of them in Chrysler products.
Posted on Dec 22, 2016
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