Dodge Viper - 2005 Fuse Box Diagram

Dodge Viper - 2005 Fuse Box Diagram

If either light remains on and does not flash, or there is a
very fast flash rate, check for a defective outside light
bulb. If an indicator fails to light when the lever is
moved, it would suggest that the fuse or indicator bulb is
defective.
Highbeam/Lowbeam Select Switch
Pull the Multi-Function Control Lever towards you to
switch the headlights to HIGH beam. Pull the control
lever a second time to switch the headlights to LOW
beam.
Flash to Pass
You can signal another vehicle with your headlights by
lightly pulling the multi-function lever toward the steer-
ing wheel. This will cause the headlights to turn on at
high beam and remain on until the lever is released.
Tilt Steering Column
To tilt the column, simply pull down the small lever
below the turn signal control and move the wheel up or
down, as desired. Return the lever to the up position to
lock the wheel firmly in place.
Tilt Steering Column Control
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UNDERSTANDING THE FEATURES OF YOUR VEHICLE
The frame of your Viper is galvanized for rust-through
protection. It is also dipped in a black E-Coat to protect
the welded areas. Avoid any scratches through to bare
metal.
Commercial Car Washes
We do not recommend that you take your Viper through
a commercial car wash.
In the event that you do take your Viper to a commercial
car wash, move the Heater/Air Conditioning blower
control to the lowest setting. This will prevent the possi-
bility of water entering the system.
CAUTION!
The tires on your Viper are wider than the guide
tracks on most washes and the low ground clearance
of your vehicle may not be compatible with some car
wash equipment. You could damage your vehicle.
FUSES
Power Distribution Center
A power distribution center is located in the engine
compartment. This center contains fuses and relays.
CAUTION!
When installing the Power Distribution Center
cover, it is important to ensure the cover is prop-
erly positioned and fully latched. Failure to do so
may allow water to get into the Power Distribu-
tion Center, and possibly result in a electrical
system failure.
When replacing a blown fuse, it is important to
use
only
a
fuse
having
the
correct
amperage
rating. The use of a fuse with a rating other than
indicated may result in a dangerous electrical
system overload. If a properly rated fuse contin-
ues to blow, it indicates a problem in the circuit
that must be corrected.
MAINTAINING YOUR VEHICLE
197
7
Power Distribution Center
Cavity
Fuse
Circuits
1
Cartridge
Fuse 40
Amp
Batt-Relay Contact, High Blower
Motor Module-ABS Pump Feed
2
Cartridge
Fuse 40
Amp
ABS Pump Feed
3
Cartridge
Fuse 30
Amp
Green
Battery
4
Cartridge
Fuse 20
Amp Yel-
low
Fused Feed to RS Amplifier or
Power Amplifier
Cavity
Fuse
Circuits
5
Cartridge
Fuse 30
Amp
Green
Ignition Switch (Run &
Accessory)-(Downstream)
6
Cartridge
Fuse 40
Amp
Batt
7
Cartridge
Fuse 30
Amp
Green
Batt-Relay Contact, ABS Pump
Motor
8
Cartridge
Fuse 30
Amp
Green
Batt-Motor, Wiper
9
Cartridge
Fuse 40
Amp
Batt-Fuseblock
MAINTAINING YOUR VEHICLE
199
7
Cavity
Fuse
Circuits
10
Cartridge
Fuse 30
Amp
Green
Batt-Switch, Ignition (Run/Start/
Accy)
11
Mini Fuse
20 Amp
Yellow
Batt-Relay Contact, Auto Shut-
down
12
Mini Fuse
20 Amp
Yellow
Secondary Power Outlet Feed
13
Mini Fuse
15 Amp
Blue
Batt-Flasher, Hazard
14
Mini Fuse
15 Amp
Blue
Rear 02 Sensor to Heater Relay
Cavity
Fuse
Circuits
15
Mini Fuse
20 Amp
Yellow
Electric Heated RR. WDO (EBL)
16, 17
Mini Fuse
20 Amp
Yellow
Fused Feed-Cigar Lighter
18
Mini Fuse
15 Amp
Blue
Batt-Locks, Power Door
19
Mini Fuse
15 Amp
Blue
Batt
20
Mini Fuse
15 Amp
Blue
Feed-Courtesy, Dome, Visor, Illu-
minated Entry, Reading
21
Mini Fuse
15 Amp
Blue
Fuse Feed to Stop Lamp Switch
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MAINTAINING YOUR VEHICLE
Cavity
Fuse
Circuits
22
Mini Fuse
15 Amp
Blue
Battery to AC Clutch Relay
23, 24
Mini Fuse
10 Amp
Red
Airbag, Ignition Run
25-29
ISO RE-
LAY
Batt-Relay Contact, High Blower
Motor
30-34
MICRO
RELAY
Batt-Relay-Starter Contact to So-
lenoid
35-39
MICRO
RELAY
Feed-Auto Shutdown Relay Coil
40-44
MICRO
RELAY
Feed-Horn (From Relay)
45-49
MICRO
RELAY
Batt-Relay-Headlamps
50-54
MICRO
RELAY
Relay-A/C Clutch Output from
Relay Contact (B+)
Cavity
Fuse
Circuits
55-59
MICRO
RELAY
Left/Right Downstream Oxygen
Sensor Output Feed FR
60, 61
Mini Fuse
15 Amp
Blue
Ignition Start/Run Relay Coil
62, 63
Mini Fuse
15 Amp
Blue
Ignition Start/Run Gauges
64, 65
Mini Fuse
10 Amp
Red
Ignition Start/Run Airbag
66, 67
Mini Fuse
20 Amp
Yellow
Feed-Ign Run/Acc Wiper Switch
68, 69
Mini Fuse
20 Amp
Yellow
Left HID Headlamp
MAINTAINING YOUR VEHICLE
201
7
Cavity
Fuse
Circuits
70, 71
Mini Fuse
20 Amp
Yellow
Right HID Headlamp
72-76
MICRO
RELAY
Batt-Run/Acc Relay
82-86
MICRO
RELAY
Heated Rear Window (EBL) Re-
lay
87-91
MICRO
RELAY
Batt-Motor, Fuel Pump Relay
VEHICLE STORAGE
We recommend that you follow these guidelines before
storing your vehicle for extended periods.
Fill the fuel tank. This will prevent water condensation
inside the gas tank.
If you plan on storing your vehicle more than 2
months, add an anti-oxidant fuel stabilizer to the fuel
tank.
Change the oil to remove any corrosive combustion
related acids in the crankcase.
Wash and wax the vehicle to protect the finish.
Cover the vehicle whenever possible to prevent acci-
dental damage to the finish.
Store the vehicle in a dry, well ventilated location.
If the vehicle will be subjected to freezing tempera-
tures, remove the battery and store it in a dry, well
ventilated area or place a trickle charger (1.5 Amp)
with automatic shutdown / overcharge protection
connected to the battery. Do not leave the trickle
charger
hooked
up
to
the
battery
without
being
plugged into the 110 AC voltage outlet, because this
will result in further drain on the vehicle
s battery. If
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MAINTAINING YOUR VEHICLE