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Old 12-27-2004, 08:27 PM   #1
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Question 01 Dodge 2500 electrical problem

I have an 01 Dodge 2500 4x4 w/cummings diesel. One day the radio, dome, hood, glove box lights, and electric mirrors stopped working. Everything else works great. I checked all the fuses in the fuse block under the hood and by the driver's door, they are all good. My Haynes manual says there is a juntion block with the time delay relay and a 15 amp fuse for this circut, but I can't find it. I think that might be the problem. Does anyone have any ideas where it is or if this is the problem?

I traced it down to a pink wire at the back of the radio. When I add power to the pink wire everything works. I quess I have to trace the wire back until I find the problem spot?

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Old 12-28-2004, 09:35 AM   #2
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Re: 01 Dodge 2500 electrical problem

Makes sense; don't know for sure but it sounds as if the junction block you're looking for may be at the other end of the pink wire. Good luck.
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Re: 01 Dodge 2500 electrical problem

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I have an 01 Dodge 2500 4x4 w/cummings diesel. One day the radio, dome, hood, glove box lights, and electric mirrors stopped working. Everything else works great. I checked all the fuses in the fuse block under the hood and by the driver's door, they are all good. My Haynes manual says there is a juntion block with the time delay relay and a 15 amp fuse for this circut, but I can't find it. I think that might be the problem. Does anyone have any ideas where it is or if this is the problem?

I traced it down to a pink wire at the back of the radio. When I add power to the pink wire everything works. I quess I have to trace the wire back until I find the problem spot?

Hey - I'm having the EXACT same problem with my 2000 Ram 1500 V8. The radio, etc. just died. No fuses out. Were you able to find a solution? I'd really hate to have to fork over $200 just to have a dealership look at it.
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Re: 01 Dodge 2500 electrical problem

I know this is an old question but my truck just did this the other day. There is a fuse in the cab fuse panel labeled I.O.D. fuse #12 on my truck. It has a black lock around it, dont know why, but that fuse is blown. I replaced fuse, lights come on, mirrors and radio work. hope this helps
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