what make the fan relay blow out on dodge stratus
Under the hood in the relay box next to the air filter.
Dodge does not use inertia/reset switches
In a fuse box under hood.
Brake lights could stay on in a 1999 Dodge Stratus because of a short in the wiring. If the headlamps are off and the brake lights are still on, check the wiring for the brake lights that is inside the trunk. Sometimes cargo in the trunk can interfere with the lights.
Underneath the batter tray on the car frame for my 1998 Dodge Neon.
It is located in the relay/fuse center under the hood on the drivers side.
Push the button below them.
In the Power Distribution Center under the hood. The underside of the cover has a guide as to which relay/fuse is which.
The 1999 Dodge Avenger signal flasher relay switch is located beneath the drivers side dashboard. The signal flasher relay switch will be between the gas pedal and the brake pedal.
Mine is located in the fuse/relay panel on the left side under the hood next to the battery.
dealership recall hazard flasher relay
There may be an issue with the relay switch going to the radio lights. There may also be an issue with the fuse.
There is a separate fuse for the daytime running lights (DRL). I think there might be a relay also. If the green DRL indicator comes on, but the lights themselves don't, check the fuse and the relay. I think it is in the fuse/relay center by the battery.
Just because a relay is clicking doesn't mean it's good. Swap the relay with an identical one in the fuse box and see if it helps. Also make sure that the starter is grounded properly.
It's under the dash, above the brake pedal
Yes, there is a fuss box full of them.
More than likely the Flasher Relay is defective and needs replacement. The Flasher Relay is located on the top of the steering column, on the multifunction switch. It is not easy to find but rest assured it is there. If the lights come on but just do not flash then the flasher relay is the problem. If the lights do not come on at all, check the fuse.
Below the air cleaner boxes on the driver's side.
fuse bock under the rear seat.
The flasher relay is located under the steering column support.
open the trunk and there should be a couple screws where the lights are.
Where it is exactly I do not know suffice it to say that it is somewhere on the transmission.
Check fuses and the headlight switch.
There could be a bad relay switch. The fuse that goes to these particular lights may also need replaced as well.