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CD changer keeps running and is running down battery

I need the fuse diagram for a 2004 Dogde Durango so I can remove the fuse for the radio

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  • chabsburger May 11, 2010

    I am having the exact same problem on my 2004 Dodge Durango. The CD changer won't eject any of the CDs, and it keeps cycling through the CDs and tries to eject them without stopping, making a lot of whirring and clicking noises. I did locate the fuse panel on the driver's side door kick, and I also noticed the imprinted fuse layout on the inside of the fuse panel cover, but I cannot locate a cross-reference from the fuse reference designation to the system it protects anywhere on the web!

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Fuse # 27 in pdc under hood

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