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2006 Dodge Ram Fuse panel Issue

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Old 01-18-2013, 11:07 PM
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Default 2006 Dodge Ram Fuse panel Issue

Got distracted checking the fuses in my 2006 Dodge Ram 3500 Diesel and now have an issue. The fuse diagram shows cavity 30 as a spare 15 amp fuse and cavity 31 as a 10 amp fuse for PCM/Transfer Case Brake. I have a 15 amp fuse and am concerned where it should go, cavity 30 or 31. Is it just a spare to be used if one of the other 15 amp fuses blows? All of the other spare cavities do not have fuses in them.

Should there be a fuse in cavity 31?
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Old 01-20-2013, 09:28 AM
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I see quite a few people have viewed my post but I have not got any replies yet. I am asking for someone to open their fuse box on a 2006 Dodge Ram 3500 Diesel and tell me what fuse, if any is in cavity 30 and cavity 31.
I would really appreciate the effort. Thanks
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It would help if your post was in the correct place.

I will move it there for you now. For future reference:
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I just went out and looked at my fuse box.

#30 is marked spare and has a 15 amp in it just like yours.
I have never had to change a fuse in my truck, so I can only assume that it is to replace a blown 15 Amp.

Hope this helps you.
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