I have a 2010 Dodge Caliber and I keep getting "no fuse" warning and my radio will not work nor my auto locks, should this be happening on a fairly new car??
its a chrylser product expect to have many of problem with it.
did they work before?
Yes, of course they worked prior to this, it just started happening this year.
have you checked your fuses? Sounds to me that you may have a burnt fuse.
A fuse that may have worked loose from it's connection from vibration, etc - perhaps never installed tightly in the first place - which would probably register as "no fuse" by a computer from a lack of actual contact. --- Only a physical check of the fuse and subsequent reconnection/replacement of the fuse will be a FIRST step to determine whether it is indeed the fuse or a wiring connection elsewhere in the circuit, a computer glitch, etc in the overall troubleshooting process. --- http://www.caliberforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=2366
I have a 2009 Dodge Caliber this no fuse display just started happening to me. I took it to my mechanic said there was no burnt fuses. I may have to take it to the dealer and I really don't want to
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