Dodge Repair Questions? Ask a Mechanic for Answers ASAP
Hello, my name is ***** ***** I will be happy to help you out. This has to be a blown IOD or M1 fuse. Doublecheck the fuses using a 12 volt test light. The fuses have these little test points on top of them. Ground the clip of the test light and probe the 2 test points on each fuse. If you find a fuse where one of the test points powers the light but the other test point does not, then that tuse is blown. Recheck this and then get back to me.
Pay attention to fuse # ***** in the inside fuse box,
Tell me which 4 fuses had only one side reading voltage. Those items under the plenum are capaciters and are only used to reduce radio interference. Those are not related to your problem. I will look for your reply in the morning.
Replace those 4 fuses that had only one side reading and then get back to me if that fixes it.
Hello, just checking back with you to see how it is going with the vehicle? Were you able to replace the fuses?
Hello, how did it go yesterday?
Cylinder # ***** will be on the front bank closest to the passenger side of the vehicle.
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