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Answered 2009-10-30 17:09:36

The central locking fuse on a Chrysler Grand Voyager is in the fuse box under the bonnet, but strangely enough it's labelled 'fuel heater'. Mine regularly blows!

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In the fuse box under the bonnet. For some reason it's labelled 'Fuel Heater'!



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If the central locking is still working, then the easiest way to work this out is to pull out each fuse, one at a time only. After you pull one fuse - check the central locking to see if it still works. When the central locking goes dead - that's the fuse that controls it. The other way around - if the central locking is not working - then pull one fuse out at a time and visually inspect it to see if its blown - make sure you replace the fuse with one of the same amperage - ( they will be marked like , 10A for 10 amps, 20A for 20 amps. ) if there are no markings on the fuse - then make sure that if you pull out a RED fuse then replace it with a new one of the same colour. This method of testing car electrical fuses will work for any car equipment.


Behind the glove box.should be marked.



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