Dodge Stratus Cpe - 2005 Fuse Box Diagram

Dodge Stratus Cpe - 2005 Fuse Box Diagram

NOTE
: Before tilting the sunroof, completely open the
sunshade. Otherwise you will not have good ventilation.
To tilt down
Press the sunroof switch (2).
To stop the sunroof partway, release the sunroof switch.
To open
When the sunroof switch (1) is pressed, the back of the
sunroof automatically goes up.
When the sunroof switch (1) is pressed a second time, the
sunroof automatically opens completely.
To stop the sunroof partway, press the sunroof switch (2).
To close
The sunroof closes while the sunroof switch (2) is being
pressed.
To stop the sunroof partway, release the switch.
NOTE
1. The sunroof can be operated when the ignition key is
in the “ON” position. The sunroof can be opened or
closed for a 30-second period after the ignition switch is
turned off. However, once the driver’s door or the
passenger’s door is opened, the sunroof cannot be oper-
ated until the ignition switch is turned on again.
2. If the battery cable is disconnected or the fuse is
replaced while the sunroof is open, the sunroof will not
close normally even after reconnecting the battery cable.
In this case, use the following steps.
Press the switch (2) repeatedly to close the sunroof
completely. The sunroof will resume its normal operation
after this procedure is completed.
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There may be occasions when the lever does not return
after cornering. This typically occurs when the steering
wheel is turned only slightly. In this case, return the lever
by hand.
The instrument cluster indicator will flash to indicate
proper operation of the front and rear turn signal lights.
If the indicator light flashes faster than usual, check for a
malfunctioning turn signal light bulb or faulty turn signal
system.
If the indicator fails to light when the lever is moved,
check for a faulty fuse or a burned out indicator bulb.
NOTE
: Replace
malfunctioning
bulbs
and
fuses
promptly.
FOG LIGHT SWITCH (IF SO EQUIPPED)
The fog lights illuminate only when the headlights are
on. Press the switch to illuminate the fog lights and press
the switch again to turn the lights off.
The indicator light in the instrument cluster will illumi-
nate while the fog lights are on.
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Fuse block
To prevent damage to the electrical system due to short-
circuiting or overloading, each individual circuit is pro-
vided with a fuse. There are fuse blocks in the passenger
compartment and in the engine compartment.
The fuse block in the passenger compartment is located on
the driver’s side at the position shown in the illustration.
In the engine compartment, the fuse block is located as
shown in the illustration.
FUSIBLE LINKS
Fusible links will melt to prevent a fire in the event that
a large current flows through a system protected by a
fusible link. In case of a melted fusible link, see your
authorized dealer for inspection and replacement.
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Fuse load capacities
The fuse cover lists the names of the electrical systems
and the fuse capacities. Spare fuses are contained in the
cover of the instrument panel (driver’s side). Always use
a fuse of the same capacity for replacement.
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Passenger compartment fuse location
Fuse location table
No.
Symbol
Electrical system
Capacity
1
Audio
20A
2
3
Sunroof
20A
4
SOCKET
Accessory socket
15A
5
Rear window defogger
30A
6
Heater
30A
7
8
9
SOCKET
Accessory socket
15A
10
Door lock
15A
11
Rear window wiper
15A
12
13
Relay
7.5A
14
R/C MIR
Electric remote-controlled outside
mirror
7.5A
15
16
Cigarette lighter
15A
17
Engine Control
7.5A
18
Windshield wiper
20A
No.
Symbol
Electrical system
Capacity
19
Door mirror heater
7.5A
20
Relay
7.5A
21
CRUISE
Cruise control
7.5A
22
Back up light
7.5A
23
Gauge
7.5A
24
Engine control
10A
30A
25
Spare fuse
20A
15A
10A
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Some fuses may not be installed on your vehicles,
depending on the vehicle model or specifications.
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The table above shows the main equipment corre-
sponding to each fuse.
Spare fuse location
Spare fuses are contained in the cover of the instru-
ment panel (driver’s side). Always use a fuse of the
same capacity for replacement.
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Engine compartment Fuse location table
No.
Symbol
Electrical system
Capacity
1
Fuse (+B)
60A
2
Radiator fan motor
50A
3
Anti-lock braking system
60A
4
Ignition switch
40A
5
Electric window controls
30A
6
Fog lights
15A
7
8
Horn
15A
9
Engine control
20A
10
Air conditioning
10A
11
Stop lights
15A
12
13
Alternator
7.5A
14
Hazard warning flasher
10A
15
Automatic transaxle
20A
16
Headlights high beam (right)
10A
17
Headlights high beam (left)
10A
18
Headlights low beam (right)
10A
19
Headlights low beam (left)
10A
20
Position lights (right)
7.5A
21
Position lights (left)
7.5A
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No.
Symbol
Electrical system
Capacity
22
Dome lights
10A
23
Audio
10A
24
Fuel pump
15A
25
Defroster
40A
Some fuses may not be installed on your vehicle. Fuse
application depends on the vehicle model, specifica-
tions, or options.
7.5A
BROWN
10A
RED
15A
LIGHT BLUE
20A
YELLOW
30A
GREEN
40A
GREEN
50A
RED
60A
YELLOW
Fuse replacement
1. Before replacing a fuse, always turn off the electrical
item concerned and turn the ignition key to the “LOCK”
position.
2. Remove the fuse cover.
3. Referring to the fuse location diagrams and corre-
sponding tables, check the fuse that relates to the prob-
lem.
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Blown fuse
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4. There is a fuse puller in the cover of the instrument
panel (driver’s side). Remove the fuse puller, clamp it on
the fuse you wish to remove, and pull the fuse straight
out from the fuse block. If the fuse is not blown, some-
thing else must be causing the problem; contact an
authorized dealer to have the problem checked.
5. Insert a new fuse of the same capacity securely into the
fuse block location.
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CAUTION!
Never use a fuse with a capacity larger than that
specified or any substitute, such as wire, foil, etc.
Doing so will cause the circuit wiring to heat up
and could cause a fire.
If the newly inserted fuse blows again after a
short time, have the electrical system checked by
an authorized dealer to find and correct the cause.
REPLACEMENT OF LIGHT BULBS
Before replacing a bulb, be sure the light is off. Do not
touch the glass part of the new bulb with your bare
fingers; the skin oil left on the glass will evaporate when
the bulb gets hot and the vapor will condense on the
reflector and dim the surface.
Bulb capacity
A bulb should only be replaced with a new bulb of the
same rating and type. The designation can be found on
the base of the bulb.
Outside
Description
Wattage or
Candela
Power
ANSI Trade
No. or
Bulb type
1 - Front turn signal and
parking light
2.2cp
3157NAK
2 - Headlight
65/55W
9007(HB5)
3 - Front side marker light
1.5cp
194NA
4 - Front fog light (if so
equipped)
37.5W
896
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