2000 Dodge Caravan's turn signals and A/C doesn't work
My Dodge dealer wants to charge me $1,500 dollars to replace one of two or three junction boxes under my Caravan's dash board to correct a problem that is causing a fuse to blow that controls the Caravan's turn signals and blower to the cars A/C to not work. If I put a new 15 amp fuse in the car and start it up, the fuse keeps blowing. Even putting a higher amp fuse causes the fuse to blow also.
As a result, I have been driving around all summer without A/C and any turn signals, just hand signals. The Caravan is now out of warrantee. Has anyone ever herd of this problem. $1,500 sounds kind of steep to replace a Junction Box. Do you think I should take it somewhere else and get a second opinion, like maybe and car electrical specialist? Is the Dodge dealer trying to rip me off?