Headlights do not have fuses,but instead use relays.A fuse could blow at night while driving at high speed ,leaving you in permanent darkness.A relay will cut out at sudden problem,but reset itself.Most cars mount underhood on inner fenders or firewall but some can be under dash near steering column.AnswerActually, it is a circuit breaker that the previous author refered to, and some Dodge products may have a fuse, it may be under hood, or in the main panel.
My 98 has fuses(one for left one for right sides).Bought a new headlight and installed it when all it was,was a blown fuse.Since the left side work I "ass"umed
the fuse was good.
The Ignition Off Draw fuse feeds radio memory, interior lights and items such as power mirrors, etc
Bad fuse or bad brake light switch.
I have a 1995 neon dodge and my dash lights will not come on or my tail lights and every time i change the airbag fuse and turn on the car the airbag fuse blows.
It should be Fuse # 15 in your fuse block in the dash. it is a 10 amp fuse.
A short in the wiring (grounding out)
It is the 15 Amp fuse in the fuse block under the hood behind the battery. It is probably just marked "turn signal".
Yes, there is a legend to the fuse panel of a 2001 Dodge Neon. It is found on the fuse panel cover, and in the owners manual.
The fuse for the cigarette lighter on a 2004 Dodge Neon is under the hood. It is fuse #14 in the power distribution center.
A Dodge Neon uses many different fuses.
Fuse in engine compartment
Under the hood in the fuse block
Check the Fuse.