Fuse box info

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Asked by Sep 24, 2007 at 12:42 PM about the 2000 Chrysler 300M STD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I need to change my fuses for my cigarette lighter and my cd changer, which ones do I change?

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What blew them in the first place? That has to be fixed first. Under the fuse box cover will tell you what the circuits are. Or, look it up in your owner's manual index.

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I agree. You need to find what is blowing the fuses first. Your cigarette lighter could have just bee overloaded if you were running splitters and such, but the CD changer shouldn't blow under normal circumstances.

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For the cigarette lighter you use two blue 15a fuses one underhood (engine fuses) and another interior.

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When you open your car door the panel (fuse box) is right there on the side. The cd changer requires a 10amp red fuse located at the 4th cavity (the one that says 4). The cigarette lighter is the 6th cavity marked 6 this requires a light blue 15 amp that goes to the right.

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