They did not tell me this until I told them no on the replacement. They did not tell me this until I told them no on the replacement. How ever you might look under the hood and see if you have a fuse pannil there if so on the underneith of the pannil it will have a diagrm of what fuse goes where. . Just to be sure turn on the headlights and pull the parklight relay relay number 10 in the pic below. Terms of SaleAll of our items come with a lifetime warranty. I have a 99 and when my odometer and prnd3l go blank, I go to the pcm under the hood and wiggle the main connectors around 45 pins each.
I did it on two different vehicles. First I had already tried the fuse and even disconnecting the battery for a while, no change. I had to use a 22mm so … cket and a 3 foot breaker bar with a pipe on it to break them loose. But will not run the transmission correctly. Then gently remove the circuit board from the cluster and flip it over.
I just got through doing it on my 1996 Caravan. Then the lights went out. It sure caused me a lot of sleepless nights! These are located in back of your cars fuse panel. It's not too difficult to replace the Body Control Module. The warranty includes only one claim. I disconnected the battery, left it alone for half and hour, reconnected it, and like magic, everything works just fine once again! Does anyone know exactly what this fuse is for? Maybe it was not a bad cluster, and maybe it was I'll never know.
This is done by pushing a thin plastic clip and pulling the connector down. Replaced the resistor with any off the shelf 300 ohm resistor, and the van fired right up. If you see any that are cracked or look like there is a ring around them there's a pretty good chance you found the problem. You can also find a + positive parking light wire at the passenger side marker light in a black harness out under the hood, open up this harness and test for the correct parking light wire. Again, remove about 3 6 inches of tape from the connector and cable.
Both had power and the ground, black with green, was fine. These wires are located at the back of the headlight switch in a black plug. If you need help if it goes then let me know. I also told him to give the car back. Mine goes out from time to time but I can always get it back. That is where i saw one cracked.
Remove lower steering column cover and knee blocker reinforcement. There are 4 tabs, just pull them out two at a time each side and pull on the back side of the connector. Now, as you look down through the bracketry that holds the power steering fluid and the wires which are bundled with the ignition coil wire, you will see another 10mm nut bolted in horizontally It is holding the cam sensor. Most the of trim can be removed with a screwdriver or just prying it up. Leave the switch on for 11 minutes.
You will also need to disconnect the handle for the emergency brake. If the engine starts and runs normally, the relearn is complete. This was a surface mount board, so the resistor was tiny and the value 301 had to be found with magnification. You should now be able to pull the fuse box down a few inches, which is all you need. I found your website and tried some of the quick fixes. First, and easiest, mark and disconnect the spark plug wires from the ignition coil; tuck out of the way.
Only thing you wont have are the intermittent speeds. I would suggest that if you're going to do this job, it would be worth the 15 or 20 bucks to get a chilton's or haynes… For my 1995 Dodge Grand Caravan with a 3. I cleaned it up and made sure it was getting a connection and all seems to be fine for now. You need to remove the parking brake cable from the handle by lifting the black rubber grommet up and then sliding the wire to the right. Some units will also require 2 extra to connect. Remove the black tape from around the wires leading to the connector about 3 6 inches.