Chrysler Crossfire - 2008 Fuse Box Diagram

Chrysler Crossfire - 2008 Fuse Box Diagram

Coin Holder
With the ashtray open, folding down the cover plate
reveals the coin holder, which can accommodate nine
coins in various sizes up to a U.S. quarter. The coin slots
are shaped to retain the coins, and the cover plate ensures
that the coins remain in the coin holder.
Power Outlet/Cigar Lighter
The dual-purpose power outlet is located in the console,
next to the passenger airbag off warning light. The power
outlet can accommodate a lighter or electrical accessories
up to a maximum of 15 amps. The outlet is protected by
a 15 amp fuse, located behind the fuse cover on the left
end of the instrument panel.
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If one of the turn signal lights fail, the turn signal
indicator system flashes and sounds at a faster than
normal rate. If an indicator fails to light when the control
lever is moved, it may mean that the fuse or indicator
bulb is defective.
Headlight Dimmer Switch
Push the multifunction control lever toward the instru-
ment panel to turn the headlights to high beam. Pull the
lever toward you to switch to low beam.
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11. Light Outage Indicator
With the key in the ignition switch turned to
the
ON/RUN
position,
an
indicator
light
comes on. It should go out when the engine is
running. If the indicator light does not go out
after starting the engine, or if it comes on while driving,
it indicates a failure in the parking light, taillight, stop-
light, low beam headlight, or other exterior lamps.
The indicator light will come on when the exterior light
fails. If a brake light fails, the light outage indicator will
come on when applying the brake and stays on until the
engine is turned off.
NOTE:
If additional lighting equipment is installed
(e.g., auxiliary headlights, etc.) be certain to connect into
the fuse before the failure indicator monitoring unit in
order to avoid damaging the system.
12. Antilock Warning Indicator Light
The ABS warning indicator light comes on with
the key in the ignition switch turned to the
ON/RUN position, and should go out with the
engine running.
If the ABS warning indicator light comes on while the
engine is running, it indicates that the ABS has detected
a malfunction and has switched off. In this case, the brake
system functions in the usual manner, but without an-
tilock assistance.
If the ABS light is on, have the system checked at your
authorized dealer as soon as possible.
13. Brake Assist Indicator Light
The indicator light for the Brake Assist System
(BAS) is combined with the Electronic Stability
Program (ESP). This yellow indicator light in
the instrument cluster comes on with the key in the
ignition switch turned to the ON/RUN position. The
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The following methods are sufficient if the top is only
lightly soiled:
Dry Cleaning
Brush the dry top with a soft-bristled brush from front to
rear of the vehicle.
Wet Cleaning
Wash with clear water or with a mild detergent and an
ample supply of luke warm water by wiping with a
soft-bristled brush or sponge from front to rear. Then
rinse thoroughly with clear water.
Allow the top to dry before lowering. Vacuuming the top
with a wet/dry shop vacuum will decrease the top’s
drying time, ensure removal of all dirt, and delete streaks
in the material. Multiple cleanings may be necessary to
remove stubborn stains. If stains persist, contact your
local dealership for further suggestions.
Weather Strip Care
Lubricate all top and door glass weather strips periodi-
cally with Mopar Weather Strip Lubricant (part number
4773427), to keep them soft and pliable.
FUSES
Underhood Accessory Fuse Block Fuses
The underhood accessory fuse block fuses are located
under the hood on the driver’s side, between the brake
master cylinder and the left front fender.
To remove the lid, squeeze the tabs together located at the
front of the fusebox. Then lift the lid up by the tabs. The
lid will then slide off the top of the fuse box. To replace
the lid, place the two hinge-like tabs at the rear of the lid
under the tabs on the fusebox. Push down on the front of
the lid until the tabs at the front click.
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CAUTION!
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 continues to blow, it shows a
problem in the circuit that must be corrected.
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Underhood Accessory Fuse Block Fuses
Cavity
Fuse
Circuits
1
5 Amp
Beige
Garage Door Opening Signal,
Tire Pressure Control and Seat
Heater
2
5 Amp
Beige
Control Unit Airbag
3
5 Amp
Beige
Indicator, Safety Restraint System
and Indicator Passenger Airbag
Off
4
7.5 Amp
Brown
Heated Mirror
5
15 Amp
Blue
Radio (Coupe)
5
25 Amp
White
Roof Control Module (Roadster)
6
5 Amp
Beige
Exterior Mirror Adjustment, Left
And Right (Coupe)
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Cavity
Fuse
Circuits
6
40 Amp
Orange
Roof Hydraulic Unit (Roadster)
7
5 Amp
Beige
Occupation Classification Module
(Right Seat)
8
15 Amp
Blue
Radio
9
5 Amp
Beige
Control Unit Airbag
10
5 Amp
Beige
Speed Control
11
15 Amp
Blue
Ignition Coil 6 Cyl.
12
10 Amp
Red
Washer Liquid Heater, Washer
Nozzle Heater
13
10 Amp
Red
Roof Light, Horn, Anti-Theft-
Alarm, Trunk Light and Tire
Pressure Control
Cavity
Fuse
Circuits
14
10 Amp
Red
Diagnostic Socket
15
5 Amp
Beige
Climate Control, Auxiliary Water
Pump
16
10 Amp
Red
Spoiler Motor
17
40 Amp
Orange
Electronic Stability Program
18
40 Amp
Orange
Electronic Stability Program
19
40 Amp
Orange
Power Window, Front
20
30 Amp
Green
Wiper Motor
21
30 Amp
Green
Seat Adjustment Right Side
22
30 Amp
Green
Seat Adjustment Left Side
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Cavity
Fuse
Circuits
23
15 Amp
Blue
Sound Booster (Amplifier)
24
30 Amp
Green
Seat Heater
25
20 Amp
Yellow
Pneumatic Control Unit, Rear
Window Defroster
26
20 Amp
Yellow
Central Locking
30
Spare (Coupe)
30
15 Amp
Blue
Radio (Roadster)
31
15 Amp
Blue
Cigar Lighter, Glove Compart-
ment Light
32
15 Amp
Blue
Wiper, Washer Pump, Headlight
Flasher
33
5 Amp
Beige
Control Unit
Cavity
Fuse
Circuits
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Spare (Coupe)
34
30 Amp
Green
Climate Control (Roadster)
35
15 Amp
Blue
Radio Frequency Remote Control,
Hazard Warning Flasher, Instru-
ment Cluster, Climate Control
36
30 Amp
Green
Climate Control (Coupe)
36
5 Amp
Beige
Exterior Mirror Adjustment
(Roadster)
37
7.5 Amp
Brown
Circulating Air, Instrument Clus-
ter, Radio Frequency Remote
Control, Climate Control, Central
Control Unit
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Relay Control Module Fuses
The relay control module fuses are located in the Control
Module Box next to the battery in the engine compart-
ment. Slide the control module box cover retaining clips
forward and lift the cover from the control module box to
gain access to the relay control module fuses.
Relay Control Module Fuses
Cavity
Fuse
Circuits
1
15 Amp
Blue
Traction System
2
15 Amp
Blue
Engine Control 2
3
15 Amp
Blue
Engine Control 1
4
40 Amp
Orange
Air Pump
5
15 Amp
Blue
Fuel Pump
6
15 Amp
Blue
Horn
Interior Fuses
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The
fuse
access
door
is
located
on
the
end
of
the
instrument panel on the driver’s side behind the trim
panel cover. Use a coin or flat blade screwdriver to open
and close this access door.
Interior Fuses
Cavity
Fuse
Circuits
1
Not Assigned
2
15 Amp
Blue
Brake Lamp/Speed Control
3
7.5 Amp
Brown
Right High Beam, High Beam
Indicator Light
4
15 Amp
Blue
Reverse/Turn signal Light
5
7.5 Amp
Brown
Left High Beam
6
15 Amp
Blue
Right Low Beam
7
7.5 Amp
Brown
Right Parking/Tail Light Side
Marker
8
15 Amp
Blue
Left Low Beam
INTRODUCTION INTRODUCTION HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION NUMBER THINGS TO KNOW BEFORE STARTING YOUR VEHICLE A WORD ABOUT YOUR KEYS KeysObtaining Replacement KeysIgnition
Key RemovalKey-In-Ignition ReminderGLOVE COMPARTMENT LOCK DOOR LOCKS Central Locking SwitchAutomatic Central LockingGeneral Notes On the Central Locking SystemEmergency Unlocking FeatureStart LockoutREMOTE KEYLESS ENTRY To Unlock the
DoorsTo Lock The DoorsPanic AlarmTo Use the Panic AlarmGeneral InformationTransmi ter Ba tery ServiceSECURITY ALARM SYSTEM Tow-Away AlarmDECKLID INTERNAL EMERGENCY RELEASE - ROADSTER POWER WINDOWS Power Window Operation With
The Convertible Top Switch (Roadster Only)REAR LIFTGATE/DECKLID RELEASE OCCUPANT RESTRAINTS Lap/Shoulder BeltsSeat Belts and Pregnant WomenSeat Belt ExtenderSupplemental Restraint System (SRS) - AirbagChild RestraintENGINE BREAK-IN
RECOMMENDATIONS SAFETY TIPS Exhaust GasSafety Checks You Should Make Inside the VehiclePeriodic Safety Checks You Should Make Outside the VehicleUNDERSTANDING THE FEATURES OF YOUR VEHICLE CONVERTIBLE TOP OPERATION To Lower
The TopTo Raise The TopConvertible Top Lamp and Audible Signal ChartCONSOLE FEATURES Storage Compartments (If Equipped)AshtrayCoin HolderPower Outlet/Cigar LighterGlove CompartmentCUPHOLDER (If Equipped) MIRRORS Inside Day/Night Mi rorExterior
Mi rors Folding FeatureHeated Remote Control Mi rors (If Equipped)Outside Mi rorsPower Remote Control Outside Mi rorsVanity Mi rors SEATS Manual Seat Adjustments (If Equipped)Driver Eight-Way Power Seat (If Equipped)Pa senger Four-Way Power Seat (If Equipped)
Heated Seats (If Equipped)TO OPEN AND CLOSE THE HOOD INTERIOR LIGHTS Front Map/Reading LightsBa tery Saver FeatureInstrument Panel LightingNight Security I luminationEXTERIOR LIGHTS Headlights and Parking LightsDaytime Running Lights (Where
Applicable)Fog Lights (If Equipped)Standing LightsMULTIFUNCTION CONTROL LEVER Turn SignalsHeadlight Dimmer SwitchPa sing LightWindshield Wipers And WasherMist FunctionTELESCOPING STEERING COLUMN REAR SPOILER BRAKE ASSIST SYSTEM
(BAS) ELECTRONIC STABILITY PROGRAM (ESP) Synchronizing ESPELECTRONIC SPEED CONTROL To Vary The Speed Se tingTo DeactivateTo Resume SpeedUsing Speed Control On Hi lsGARAGE DOOR OPENER (If Equipped) Programming The Universal
TransceiverGate Operator/Canadian ProgrammingUsing the Universal TransceiverErasing Universal Transceiver Bu tonsReprogramming a Single Bu tonSecurityUMBRELLA HOOK UNDERSTANDING YOUR INSTRUMENT PANEL INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS
NSTRUMENT CLUSTER INSTRUMENT CLUSTER DESCRIPTION INFINITY MODULUS AM/FM STEREO RADIO WITH SINGLE-DISC CD PLAYER AND GPS NAVIGATION AM/FM STEREO RADIO WITH SINGLE-DISC CD PLAYER INFINITY MODULUS Entertainment
SystemsCD Player OperationUser MenuUser Memory (USER - 1, 2, 3)Mono/StereoDriver - L/RTelephone mute characteristicsCOMPACT DISC MAINTENANCE RADIO ANTENNA RADIO OPERATION AND CELLULAR PHONES CLIMATE CONTROLS Temperature Control
Fan ControlBasic Se ting - HeaterBasic Se ting - Air ConditionerDust Filter (If Equipped)Operating Tips STARTING AND OPERATING STARTING PROCEDURES Normal StartingExtremely Cold Weather (below -20 degrees F or -29 degrees C)If Engine Fails to StartAfter
StartingTRANSMISSION SHIFTING Manual Transmi sion Recommended Shift SpeedsAutomatic Transmi sion StoppingManeuveringPark PositionReverseNeutralDriveAutoStick Gear selectionGear RangesProgram mode selector switchEmergency Operation (Limp Home
Mode)DRIVING ON SLIPPERY SURFACES Traction DRIVING THROUGH WATER Flowing/Rising WaterPARKING BRAKE BRAKE SYSTEM Brake A sist System (BAS)Electronic Stability Program (ESP)Synchronizing ESPESP Control switchAnti-Lock Brake System (ABS)
Brake Pad Break-InPOWER STEERING TIRE SAFETY INFORMATION TIRE MARKINGS TIRE LOADING AND TIRE PRESSURETIRES - GENERAL INFORMATION Tire Pre sureTire Inflation Pre suresTire Pre sures For High Speed OperationRadial-Ply TiresTire Spinning
Tread Wear IndicatorsLife Of TireReplacement TiresAlignment And BalanceTIRE PRESSURE MONITOR SYSTEM General InformationTIRE CHAINS ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT TIRES SNOW TIRES TIRE ROTATION RECOMMENDATIONS FUEL REQUIREMENTS
Reformulated GasolineGasoline/Oxygenate BlendsMMT in GasolineMaterials Added to FuelSulfur in GasolineADDING FUEL Fuel Fi ler Cap (Gas Cap)VEHICLE LOADING Roof Luggage RackTRAILER TOWING WHAT TO DO IN EMERGENCIES HAZARD WARNING
FLASHER IF YOUR ENGINE OVERHEATS TIREFIT TIRE REPAIR AND JACKING TIREFITPreparations for JackingJack Location and Instructions JUMP-STARTING THE BATTERY FREEING A STUCK VEHICLE TOWING A DISABLED VEHICLE Towing EyesTow-Away
AlarmCONVERTIBLE TOP EMERGENCY OPERATION Relieving Hydraulic Pre sureOpening a Locked DecklidMAINTAINING YOUR VEHICLE 3.2L ENGINE ONBOARD DIAGNOSTIC SYSTEM (OBD I) EMISSIONS INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE PROGRAMS
REPLACEMENT PARTS AUTHORIZED DEALER SERVICE MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES Engine OilIgnition Wiring SystemCrankcase Emi sion Control SystemMaintenance-Free Ba teryAir ConditionerPower Steering FluidCha sis LubricationBody LubricationWindshield
Wiper BladesWindshield Wiper Blade ReplacementWindshield Washer ReservoirExhaust SystemCooling SystemHoses And Vacuum/Vapor Harne sesBrakesAutomatic Transmi sionManual Transmi sionAppearance Care and Protection from Co rosionCONVERTIBLE TOP
CARE WashingGeneral CleaningWeather Strip CareFUSES Underhood A ce sory Fuse Block FusesRelay Control Module Fuses Interior Fuses REPLACEMENT BULBS Interior Light BulbsExterior Light BulbsEXTERIOR LIGHT BULB SERVICE HeadlightsFront Turn Signal
and Parking/Standing LightsFront and Rear Sidemarker LightsTail, Stop, Back Up and Turn Signal LightsLicense Plate LightHeadlight AimingVEHICLE STORAGE SPECIFICATIONS FLUID CAPACITIES RECOMMENDED FLUIDS, LUBRICANTS AND GENUINE PARTS
EngineCha sisBodyMAINTENANCE SCHEDULES INTRODUCTION WARRANTY EMISSION CONTROL SYSTEM MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULES SCOPE OF WORK FOR A SCHEDULE MAINTENANCE SERVICESCOPE OF WORK FOR B SCHEDULE
MAINTENANCE SERVICEFSS SYSTEM REGULAR CHECK-UPS Additional Periodic MaintenanceSPECIAL MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS CoolantDust Filter for Heating/Ventilation Replacement (If Equipped)ENGINE OIL CHANGE AND FILTER REPLACEMENT IF
YOU NEED CONSUMER ASSISTANCE SUGGESTIONS FOR OBTAINING SERVICE FOR YOUR VEHICLE Prepare For The AppointmentPrepare A ListBe Reasonable With RequestsIF YOU NEED ASSISTANCE Chrysler Motors LLC Customer CenterChrysler Canada
Inc. Customer CenterIn Mexico contactCustomer A sistance For The Hearing Or Speech Impaired (TDD/TTY)Service ContractWARRANTY INFORMATION (U.S. Vehicles Only) MOPAR PARTS REPORTING SAFETY DEFECTS In The 50 United States And Washington,
D.CIn CanadaPUBLICATION ORDER FORMS DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION UNIFORM TIRE QUALITY GRADES TreadwearTraction GradesTemperature GradesINDEX
INSTALLATION OF RADIO TRANSMITTING
EQUIPMENT
Special design considerations are incorporated into this
vehicle’s electronic system to provide immunity to radio
frequency signals. Mobile two-way radios and telephone
equipment must be installed properly by trained person-
nel. The following must be observed during installation.
The positive power connection should be made directly
to the battery and fused as close to the battery as possible.
The negative power connection should be made to body
sheet metal adjacent to the negative battery connection.
This connection should not be fused.
Antennas for two-way radios should be mounted on the
roof or the rear area of the vehicle. Care should be used
in mounting antennas with magnet bases. Magnets may
affect the accuracy or operation of the compass on
vehicles so equipped.
The antenna cable should be as short as practical and
routed away from the vehicle wiring when possible. Use
only fully shielded coaxial cable.
Carefully match the antenna and cable to the radio to
ensure a low Standing Wave Ratio (SWR).
Mobile radio equipment with output power greater than
normal may require special precautions.
All installations should be checked for possible interfer-
ence between the communications equipment and the
vehicle’s electronic systems.