I'm sorry I had to laugh at that one, Play with fuses?? I would recheck to
see if there is one blown or maybe you didn't put one back in the same spot,
some spots on the fuse box may not call for a fuse and left empty and you
may have put one there and not in the correct spot...... just curious, why
do you play with fuses?
The word "playing" was in quotations -- like computer geeks "play"
with their computers. I didn't want to bore anyone with the irrelevant
details of why I was removing and replacing fuses since nothing was
broken. Get it?
Of course I checked, but as a Chrysler Tech, I am sure you realize
that this is highly unlikely since the 4 functions I reference are on
4 separate fuses!
From Googling, I believe that there might be another set of
fuses near the engine (called the power distribution center?) or
perhaps a relay that feeds all the above functions. Unfortunately, I
don't know where the part would be or what it would like.
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