Not Sure if anyone here can help me
i have a 1992 Dodge Ram 350 CNG 5.2L
I need to know what fuse does what in order to jump out some
things. fuse box is in the glove compartment with no labels or anything.
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Nah this fuse diagram was not the one i have. mine is a giant rectangle block with space for at least 20 fuses tops. unless theres another fuse box that may help me but this giant inside the glove compartment must be it... i have no brake lights,headlights,reverse lights, reverse siren,park lights,tail lights but my signal lights work perfect.. and all fuses are good! witch why im going crazy here.
yea fuses are good but i found some wire schematics that should help me fix this issue. i will trace out all the hot leads that power the fuse block. the culprit is probably a bad hot lead. there's about 4 large hot lines that power each row of fuses. when i hit a live 12+ line against one of the other dead lines it shorts. im an eletrician and htis is driving me nuts..lol only due to the wire harness all sealed up i can't see were every wire goes. but i will try what the factory schematics say.
Thanx man i had no idea there were fusible links before there probably shorted but i did jump out most of it but i guess i can re-use the original stuff if i find this its all sealed up in wire harness's i bet
Hi I got a 92 Ram Van 250 and the fuse box is in the glove compartment, I'm trying to take out the fuse for the digital clock since I'm not starting up regularly and it's most likely draining the battery although I am disconnecting the + battery cable. I would like to know which fuse it is I'm not sure if the diagram above is the one, I will have to check, maybe I can post a picture and someone could tell me which one is the fuse.
Would a fuseable link JUST affect only the hazard lights and the turn signals? I was thinking that the hazard and turn signal lights fuse was out but changed it with the one for the dome lights etc. since they are both 20 amp but did not fix the problem. If the flasher was bad wouldn't at least the light for either the left or right turn signal come on when the lever is moved to that position but just not cycle off and on? Does anyone know where the turn signal flasher is located on a 92 b350 van?