Fuses And Circuit Breaker Problems of Dodge Dakota
Dodge Dakota owners have reported 9 problems linked to fuses and circuit breaker (under the electrical system category).
#1 - Fuses And Circuit Breaker problem of the 2003 Dodge Dakota
The car is a 2003 Dodge Dakota quad cab. The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) is 1D7HL12X83_. Brake warning light abs light parking brake light' no fuse read in mileage indacator box flashing all at the same time. This problem occurred on Friday, Mar. 25, 2005.
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#2 - Fuses And Circuit Breaker problem of the 2002 Dodge Dakota
The car involved was a 2002 Dodge Dakota quad cab. The VIN of the car is 1B7HG38N12_. A power port inside of a center console had a device plugged into it and the vehicle started on fire. The start of the fire was traced to the plug in inside of the center console. The fusible link/fuse never blew and so the vehicle sustained $4000 worth of damage before the fire was put out. This issue happened on Friday, June 18, 2004.
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#3 - Fuses And Circuit Breaker problem of the 2002 Dodge Dakota
The VIN of this Dakota is 1B7GL32Z12_. 2002 Dodge Dakota r/t. Issue in wiring harness/electrical causes the 5amp fuse regilating the instrument panel lighting to blow regularly, causing a lose of all instrument panel lighting. It was 06/28/03 when this fuses and circuit breaker issue happened.
#4 - Fuses And Circuit Breaker problem of the 2001 Dodge Dakota
The vehicle involved is a 2001 Dodge Dakota. The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) was 1B7GG22N41_. Abs failed three time, dealer replace the blown fuse with a higher amperage fuse, this makes the electrical subject to overheating and or fire. Dealer altered the fuse system without informing the owner this is unacceptable. This problem occurred on Tue., May. 1, 2001.
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#5 - Fuses And Circuit Breaker problem of the 1999 Dodge Dakota
The vehicle having this issue was a 1999 Dodge Dakota. On 11/21/01 I took my Dakota in to cumberland Ave. Garage for inspection. I usually go to lee auto mall. I was in a hurry to get the truck inspected so I went to cumberland garage. I came upon a repair order from cumberland Ave. Garage. Aside from some minor repairs they had listed both upper ball joints as needing repair. At $298. 74. I ended up taking my truck to lee auto mall in westbrook (me. ) they never mentioned the ball joints had a problem. Note the date of the repair order from cumberland garage as being 2001. This means lee Dodge let me drive a vehicle that wasn't safe since 2001!
I brought my truck in to lee Dodge this past summer. I was told both my ball joints and upper control arms needed to be replaced!the cost was $900. 00. I mentioned I knew at just46k mls. It was unusual for a vehicle to have ball joints that needed replacement. I said this type of problem usually didn't occur until about 100k miles. I was told this was untrue. Also note when cumberland garage noticed my truck needed ball joints repaired my truck had only about 37k miles. 11/04/03 I had a minor accident. The short of it : I lost control of my tires. My wheel would turn but my front tires would not respond and my rear tires were stuck/spinning on piles of wet leaves. I stepped on the gas while trying to turn my vehicle and the gas did not respond. My break went to the floor and then all of a sudden my truck thrust forward and hit my brothers car. I have had a lot of trouble sleeping just thinking about what could have happened to me, someone I love or someone else just because lee Dodge wanted to squeeze money out of me. Or because Chrysler did not want to tell their customers they had put faulty parts in their trucks. I suppose I should contact a lawyer with regards to this matter. I am very upset I have been driving a vehicle that may have caused an accident at any time!
do you have any advice for me?. It was Nov. 4, 2003 when this fuses and circuit breaker issue occurred.
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#6 - Fuses And Circuit Breaker problem of the 1998 Dodge Dakota
The car is a 1998 Dodge Dakota. The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) is 1B7FL22P9W_. Headlights stopped without prior warning due to wiring harness burning out. Dealer did not allow consumer to drive vehicle home during the day to avoid an automobile fire. This problem occurred on December 5, 2000.
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#7 - Fuses And Circuit Breaker problem of the 1998 Dodge Dakota
The car was a 1998 Dodge Dakota. While driving headlights go out, making it hard for consumer to see, and could cause an accident. Cause unknown. Dealer notified. It was Saturday, Jun. 15, 2002 when this fuses and circuit breaker issue happened.
#8 - Fuses And Circuit Breaker problem of the 1997 Dodge Dakota
The vehicle involved is a 1997 Dodge Dakota. The vehicle identification number (VIN) of this Dodge Dakota is 1B7GL23Y9V_. When turning off bright lights headlights go out. Took vehicle to dealer numerous times, cannot remedy because they cannot duplicate problem. It was May. 1, 1998 when this fuses and circuit breaker issue occurred.
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#9 - Fuses And Circuit Breaker problem of the 1996 Dodge Dakota
The vehicle involved is a 1996 Dodge Dakota. Electrical short in the dash, causing an electrical short in the headlights, brake lights and the lights on the dash. This fuses and circuit breaker problem happened on October 1, 1996.
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Other Electrical System related problems of Dodge Dakota:
|Problem Category||Number of Problems|
|Electrical System problems||68|
|Dash Wiring problems||27|
|Horn Assembly problems||12|
|Underhood Wiring problems||11|
|Ignition Module problems||9|
|Fuses And Circuit Breaker problems||9|
|Ignition Switch problems||6|
|Instrument Panel problems||6|
|Battery Dead problems||5|
|Car Will Not Start problems||3|
|O2 Sensor problems||2|