The following are warning lights and indicators found in vehicles built by Chrysler. Click a link to learn more about each one. They are roughly ordered by importance, which tends to be by color (red, amber, yellow, orange, green, blue, gray), but there are nearly 50 of them so be patient!
11−3 Fuse and Relay Information Circuits protected Electric trailer brakes Ignition switch (11572), Run/Start power circuit, Fuel Injector Control Module (FICM) − 6.0L Rear window defrost, Heated mirrors Windshield wiper motor (17508) Auxiliary Climate Control Heated seats Ignition switch (11572), Run power circuit
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Remove the fuse panel cover from the location where the specific fuse is stored. Find the fuse number using the diagram on the back of the cover. Pull the fuse out and inspect it. If the fuse is faulty, the metal strip inside of it will be broken. Replace it with the same type of fuse (usually 10A or 5A) and check the dome light's operation.
Fuse keeps on blowing fix
Occasionally, you’ll see a bike whose owner has gone above and beyond the norm by adding driving lights, conspicuity lights, fog lights, and marker lights, not to mention the undercarriage-mounted neon lights, designed to give the bike a colored, glowing appearance at night.
Once in position, rope light can weather a wide range of weather conditions. Blown Fuse – Just like mini string lights, the commonly included power cord of 120-Volt rope light can blow its fuse. Your lights may turn on for a few seconds before you hear a popping noise and the lights cut off again.