Question about 1995 Dodge Intrepid
I replaced the fuse that controls all of these funtions but still none of them work. i recenly wired a system into my car and i need to get into my trunk to fix my subs. the key that goes to the trunk feels like it will snap if i turn it in there. it may not be the right key but im pretty sure it is, and im defintly hurting without my interior lights and locks. any solutions?
To open the trunk, you could try:
1. using the key, push down on the back of the trunk while turning the key. A word of caution and try not to force otherwise, the key might be twisted cut;
2. use the automatic trunk opener (in the glove compartment). You would need someone to press down on button while another is pushing down on the back of the trunk;
3. alternately, there are some models where the rear seats fold down and opens into the trunk.
On the fuse/interior lights and locks, if you have replaced with a known good fuse and problem persist, it may be caused by:
a. corroded or loose fuse holder;
b. corroded or loose fuse block connector;
c. corroded or loose harness connector (unfortunately inside the trunk);
d. defective wiring harness;
e. loose ground.
Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.
Good luck and kind regards.
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Posted on Jun 15, 2008
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