Question about 1990 Chrysler New Yorker
I know on a 83 its located by the glove compartment ,, try looking there
Posted on Aug 02, 2010
Dynasty, New Yorker, Fifth Ave. and Imperial
The fuse panel, which contains fuses and circuit breakers, is located behind the glove box door. Additional fuses are in the Power Distribution Center located near the left side strut tower in the engine compartment. Each item is identified on the cover of the Power Distribution Center.
Fig. 3: Relay and flasher module — Dynasty, New Yorker (1989–93), Fifth Ave. and Imperial
There is an additional relay module (relay and flasher module) located to the right lower corner of the instrument panel (Dynasty, Imperial and Fifth Ave.) or behind the cup holder (New Yorker). A relay or flasher can be removed by pulling it straight down from the module. Premier and Monaco The fuse panel is located above the parking brake release lever, under the instrument panel. On Monaco built on or after October 9, 1991, various cartridge fuses are in the Power Distribution Center, located on the left side of the engine compartment, Circuit breakers are an integral part of the headlight switch, the wiper switch and the air conditioning circuit. They are used to protect each circuit from an overload. Other circuit breakers are on the fuse panel. Relays are used throughout the system in various locations. When replacing a protective electrical relay, be very sure to install the same type of relay. Verify that the schematic imprinted on the original and replacement relays are identical. Relay part numbers may change. Do not rely on them for identification. Instead, use the schematic imprinted on the relay for positive identification. On vehicles built before October 9, 1991, a relay bank is located on the left side of the engine compartment. On vehicles built on or after October 9, 1991, the Power Distribution Center is used in the same location and is equipped with additional fuses. Additional relay locations are as follows:
Posted on Aug 02, 2010
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Number 21 is for the door lock fuse and relay, its a 10 amp fuse.
Number 7 is for the body control module, its a 10 amp fuse.
The fuse panel is under back seat.If all fuses checked out ok,then its faulty drivers door module called as DDM.
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