Question about 1988 Dodge Dakota
Need fuse box layout for 1988 dodge dakota se
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Look in the owners manual (look up fuses in the index) or go to your local library and they should have a manual or they should have an "AllData" system.
I just don't understand why everyone wants to know where the fuses go? If you're redesigning the electrical system then great, you also need a schematics. But if you're trying to troubleshoot something that doesn't work, there may be more fuses then what the fuse panel calls out. For example: Radio - one fuse is shown for the radio when in fact there are three that affect it's operation.
This is the best way to do it. Buy a 12 volt test light. Turn on the ignition and probe both sides of the fuse. Both sides light up, it is good. If neither side lights, connect your light to the positive termanel and probe the fuse again, if both sides light up, it is controlling a ground circuit and is good. And check all the fuses in both the fuse panel under the dash and under the hood. That will tell you if you have any blown fuses. If you need help troubleshooting a particular system then let me know, but do the fuse check first.
I hope this works for you and have a nice day!
Posted on Apr 04, 2009
Fuse 1: 30A, Green; A/C Heater Motor
Fuse 2: 30A Silver (Circuit Breaker); Power Windows
Fuse 3: 15A Light Blue; Overhead Consule, Day/Night Mirror, Reverse Lamps
Fuse 4: 5A Tan; ABS (There is not on in the picture)
Fuse 5: 20A Yellow; Power Door Locks
Fuse 6: 20A Yellow; Horn Relay, Instrument Cluster, Radio Choke Relay (on Premium audio system)
Fuse 7: 10A Red; Buzzer Module, Stop Lamps
Fuse 8: 20A Yellow; Headlamp Switch
Fuse 9: 15A Light Blue; Cigar Lighter
Fuse 10: 20A Yellow; Windshield Wiper
Fuse 11: 20A Yellow; Turn Signal
Fuse 12: 10A Red; Radio
Fuse 13: 4A Pink; Recives power from Fuse 8 to power instrument lights (such as the cigar ligher lighting, ash tray light, dash lights, radio lights, etc.)
Fuse 14: 15A Light Blue; Instrument Cluster
Fuse 15: EMPTY
Fuse 16: 5A Tan; Buzzer Module, 4WD Indicator Lamp, Tranny O/D Switch, Tranny Oil Temperature Sensor
Fuse 17: EMPTY
Fuse 18: EMPTY
Fuse 19: EMPTY
Fuse 20: 25A Natural; Park Lamp Relay, Off Road Lamp Switch (There is not one in the picture, I believe this is only on vehicles with fog lamps)
NOTE 1: Fuse 3 and Fuse 14 provide power for the Airbag Control Module Cavities 2, and 1, respectivly. NOTE 2: Fuse 4, Fuse 7 and Fuse 11 provide power for the Controller ABS Brake Cavities 7 and 12, 9, and 3, respectivly.
Under Fuse 4, 8, and 12 is the Buzzer Module (Black rectangle in the picture) Under Fuse 16 is the Hazard Flasher (Silver circle in the picture) Under Fuse 20 is the Horn Relay (White plastic looking in the picture) To the side of Fuse 17 and 18 is the ABS Warning Lamp Relay (Open cavity in the picture) To the side of Fuse 19 and 20 is the Turn Signal Flasher (Blue circle in the picture) Between the Turn Signal Flasher and the Horn Relay is the Time Delay Relaly (the other Silver Circle in the corner, in the picture
Posted on Jan 20, 2010
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