Question about 2001 Dodge Caravan
For a 2001 Dodge Caravan: The owner's manual is vague, only stating that all fuses are under the hood in the fuse box, no diagrams. Once you have removed the fusebox cover, the diagrams for what each fuse does is provided under the lid. UNCLEARLY marked is the radio fuse, a 20amp fuse located 2nd row from top to the right of the accessory relay. It is marked: RDO/IP IGN. For me, with a dead radio, the problem was NOT the radio fuse, but instead the 40amp, BCM #1. This is the body control module (I think that is the terminology) I pulled it, pushed it back in and heard a click like a reset. Then, my radio worked just fine! Good luck!
Posted on Aug 18, 2008
Look in the owners manual or on the removable cover to the fuse box under the dash of your car, it should have a guide telling you which one is for the radio. This fuse may also be under the hood in a fuse box there, depending on your model.
If no guide is found there then look in your owners manual and it will guide you were to go.
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