Asked by MomGuruK628F Dec 17, 2019 at 12:05 AM about the 2000 Dodge Durango SLT 4WD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Blinkers stoped working checked fuses. Wasnt
blown but when putting it back jiggled the fuse
they worked again. Blinkers went out again.
Hazards worked. Replaced the relay. Now no
blinkers no hazzards and battery died. No blown
fuses. How do i fix or find the problem?

3 Answers


If jiggling the fuse causes the blinkers to work, you have an electrical short in the box. It might just be a fuse clip, but it might go further. The electrical short might be causing a permanent current draw and that might be what's draining the battery.

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Is this going ti be a hard fix? Or do i need to look for a loose wire? Replace the clip?


It sounds like you might be able to squeeze the fuse clip tighter if you can get to it with needle-nose pliers. But the clip might be broken or the attached wire might be frayed. both will probably necessitate removal of the clip or the fuse box itself. I can't tell from here, but anyone with some mechanical skills can get into it and fix this.

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