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Old 01-24-2011, 08:34 AM
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Default 2005 T&C Radio has no power

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I have a 2005 T&C limited with a stock radio/nav/dvd changer. A few weeks ago the radio and all associated components went completely dark. The clock is not working as well. I have checked/tested/replaced the 20 amp RDO fuse under the hood with no luck. I also disconnected the battery for an hour or so and then reconnected. Anyone have any ideas? Is there another fuse in the loop that I am missing?

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fuse 5 20 amp
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Old 01-28-2011, 04:58 PM
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fuse 5 20 amp
Thanks, but I gotta ask for clarification. There are no numbers (referring to your number 5 fuse statement) on the 2005 T&C Limited fuse box. See pic below. Hi-lighted in red is the RDO fuse that has been addressed. The IDO has been pulled and replaced as well (standard fair to get the door locks working again).

I guess that I need to attack the dash next. If no one has anymore ideas on the electrical, can you steer me on dash disassembly?

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the numbers are printed on the inside of the cover.
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Alright, bear with me here guys. Both of you are Chrysler mechanics and I am a Barbie mechanic. So maybe I am having a blonde moment.

Here is the inside cover. Am I still missing something?

Thanks for responding.

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here ya go also a link to the Chrysler site for owners manuals

http://www.chrysler.com/en/owners/manuals/index.html
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