I have a 2003 Chrysler Towne & Country Mini Van and the radio, CD & DVD player just stopped playing. In my mini-van the box that contains the fuses are located under the hood next to the battery. It is a fuse that is abbreviated "RAD" that my husband replaced and the radio, CD & DVD player is playing just fine now! Hope this helps.
The owners manual shows : # 31 - 20 amp mini-fuse - radio ( B+ ) , subwoofer # 7 - 5 amp mini-fuse - radio ( start signal )
Find the fuse for it and pull it.
It should be in the fuse/relay center under the hood. Remove the fuse/relay center cover and look at the layout on the backside of the cover. You should see a 20 amp yellow mini fuse that protects the radio circuit (marked RDO) the same fuse covers a couple other circuits as well.
The fuse in under the hood. In the engine fuse compartment. It is a mini 10a fuse. It is located above the engine control module in a kinda fuse holder thinggy... (yellow holds two fuses, pull up on it and twist the fuse to remove) the radio is on the left or toward the front of the vehicle
20A mini blade
Under the hood on the drivers side---most likely you its the HAZ LAMP fuse your looking for.
10 amp. Do not up size or downsize it, it will cause many problems. If it keeps blowing ask for a mini-circuit breaker that fits into the fuse holder. Any auto parts store will have one.
All fuses are under the hood, next to the battery on a 2001 Chrysler mini van.
IN YOUR FUSE PANEL ON THE DRIVER'S END OF THE DASH ( COVER VISIBLE WITH DRIVERS DOOR OPEN ) in location # 29 is a 10 amp mini-fuse for the audio system , and in location # 20 is a 7.5 amp mini-fuse for the radio / GEM system / anti-theft
Try using a mini 15 amp fuse.
A 2000 Chrysler Town and Country does not have a cabin filter.