Question about 2005 Dodge Caravan
Check for a blown "RADIO/ACSSY" (radio-accessory) fuse in the passenger compartment fuse bus panel. Consult vehicle manual for placement of the panel, as it varies from make, model and year. Replace with SAME EXACT fuse rating in amps. If it blows again, there is a chance you have a wiring fault and the van will need to be examined by a pro shop to diagnose/fix - if you're not up to the task yourself that is. :D
Posted on May 10, 2010
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