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My 2005 town and country touring the charger outlet and radio stop working what can be? please help

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Open the hood and look down to the right, beside the battery.There is a covered fuse box.Use a 12 volt test light and with the key on check every fuse for 12 volts.Each fuse has 2 small contact spots on the top of them.Each should have 12 volt power on each spot.The one with no power on one side is the blown fuse.Replace the blown fuse with one of the same amperage and things should be back to normal.You should have spare fuses in the fuse box.Start at the end of the fuse box closest to the driver as the radio/accessory fuse is at that end.

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    Catherin Chacon Apr 22, 2017

    I already changed all 20 Amp fuses but still not working my town and country is a touring model have a DVD do you think can be another fuse? I looked on the owner manual but it does not say anything about radio fuse thanks for the help.

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    D Aubrey Apr 22, 2017

    Yes,that is why you check all the fuses,there may be a relay on your model that is powered by a different fuse other than a 20 that is blown.Sometimes the relay will reset and other times it needs to be removed and put back in after fuse changes.Check all fuses first as that usually does it for radio/power outlet no power situations.

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Blown fuse check and replace the fuse

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    Catherin Chacon Apr 21, 2017

    can you please tell me what is the fuse I don't know anything about cars thanks

  • john h Apr 21, 2017

    if you have your owners manual [ ill supply a link encase you dont have it ] page 412 explains where under hood to replace a fusehttps://www.manualowl.com/a/Chrysler/200...

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    Catherin Chacon Apr 21, 2017

    thank you very much

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