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#14... 5 AMP FUSE BURNS OUT EVERY TIME IT IS REPLACED ON CRUISE MESSAGE CENTER. HVAC FAN BLOWER NOT WORKING BUT A/C COMPRESSOR WORKING ALSO SPEEDOMETER, TACHOMETER, FUEL & TEMP. GAUGE, AIR BAG LIGHT NOT WORKING. MESSAGE CENTER FOR O

1996 Chrysler Concorde • 67,000 miles

1996 chrysler concorde #14. 5 amp fuse burns out every time it is replaced on cruise message center. Hvac fan blower not working but a/c compressor working also speedometer, tachometer, fuel & temp. Gauge, air bag light not working. Message center for open doors, etc. Not working. Thank you for any information on this problem.
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Mikedunlap
April 4, 2012.




That fuse goes right to the body module, it's for the start run circuit, check your relay s for your starter. It cold be something wrong with the body module though. Check your blower motor relay by the blower. Have your battery checked to see if it's good you cold have an ignition switch going bad as well though

Hmac300
Apr 4, 2012.
Do not believe it is starter relay fuse blows when key turned on and not tried to start. Have my battery checked? Battery fine! Tried new ignition switch fuse blew as soon as key turned ignition on. Didn`t try to engage starter just turned ignition to "on" position. Blower motor relay on a 5 AMP FUSE? I enough automotive skill & knowledge to know a hvac fan blower motor pulls more than 5 AMP. Body module bad is believable. I thought a experienced Chrysler technician would give me a better informed idea from experience for this problem. I do not feel I got $20.00 worth of information for my problem. Especially for the check my battery advice. OH! WELL live & learn.

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Mikedunlap
Apr 5, 2012.
Your refund is coming.

Hmac300
Apr 5, 2012.
We are sorry we were not able to help you yet. We have refunded your donation in full, if you wish to continue to work with your expert we will still try to find a solution to your problem. Sometimes electrical problems can be difficult to figure out even when you have the vehicle right in front of you. We are here to try and help get our members back on the road. The suggestions our expert gave you in his first reply was a place to start. We don't assume to know the automotive and diagnostic skills of everyone posting a question, so we begin with the basics and work together to find a solution.
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2CarPros Mike
Apr 5, 2012.

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