Question about 2005 Dodge Neon
When the dash display read 'fuse' it indicates that the Ignitition Off Draw fuse is not installed or is blown. The fuse is used when the car is in storage (or sitting on the car lot) so that you can disconnect all loads that would cause the battery to go dead over time. The odomoter displays fuse to remind the dealer to install it before delivering the car to the customer.
It is located in the fuse panel under the hood. It's easy to miss because it's in a small black plastic clip that you can pull up to disconnect the fuse, without removing it completely.
It should be labeled on the lid of the fuse box as IOD. It powers up the interior lights, along with the radio and a few other things. It most commonly get's blown during installation of aftermarket radios, etc.
Posted on Jul 17, 2010
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