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I need to know what fuse it is that has the power for the interior overhead lights? i think i killed it when i pulled my headunit and that wouldnt power up either but the rest of the fuses that i thought were the obvious ones were ok
 

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Had the same thing happen to me. Open the fuse door (the one in the cab) and its the fuse that has the black thing kinda holding it in. It's the only one like it. Its a 10 amp, I believe. It also powers the OBDII plug. I just replaced that fuse and the dome light worked again!
 

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loud dodge is right. if i remember right its fuse 11. its between fuse 10 and 12 and is covered in a black plastib shield. i believe it also powers the power windows as well as the other items he mentioned.
 

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its fuse 17 bottom left corner, it was toast, i was looking at the fuse panel but couldnt figure out what I.O.D. meant
 

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Big Joe SS/T said:
its fuse 17 bottom left corner, it was toast, i was looking at the fuse panel but couldnt figure out what I.O.D. meant
Be careful I think it affects the airbags..If I remember right the dealer told me to disconnect the batt if I was going to pull the I O D fuse



IOD FUSE
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All vehicles are equipped with an Ignition-Off Draw (IOD) fuse (Fig. 3) that is disconnected within the Junction Block (JB) when the vehicle is shipped from the factory. Dealer personnel are to reconnect the IOD fuse in the JB as part of the preparation that the vehicle can be loaded, unloaded and moved as needed by both vehicle transportation company and dealer personnel. The IOD fuse is disconnected from JB fuse cavity 12 when the vehicle is shipped from the assembly plant. Dealer personnel must reconnect the IOD fuse when the vehicle is being prepared for delivery in order to restore full electrical system operation. Once the vehicle is prepared for delivery, the IOD function of this fuse becomes transparent and the fuse that has been assigned the IOD designation becomes only another Fused B(+) circuit fuse. The IOD fuse serves no useful purpose to the dealer technician in the service or diagnosis of any vehicle system or condition, other than the same purpose as that of any other standard circuit protection device. The IOD fuse can be used by the vehicle owner as a convenient means of reducing battery depletion when a vehicle is to be stored for periods not to exceed about thirty days. However, it must be remembered that disconnecting the IOD fuse will not eliminate IOD, but only reduce this normal condition. If a vehicle will be stored for more than about thirty days, the battery negative cable should be disconnected to eliminate normal IOD; and, the battery should be tested and recharged at regular intervals during the vehicle storage period to prevent the battery from becoming discharged or damaged. Refer to Battery in the index of this service manual for the location of additional service information covering the battery.
 
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