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Old 02-15-2013, 04:48 PM
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Default Problems with a IOD fuse.

So I have a 98 Dodge Ram and just in the last 2 days I keep blowing the IOD fuse and can't figure out why. I there anybody that has seen this? And does there seem to be a common thing that causes this to happen. I checked the radio connections and even with the radio unpluged the fuse still blows. Any help would be great. Thanks
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You have a short circuit somewhere. The IOD powers more than just the radio, the problem could be just about anywhere inside. Have you done any work in the cab lately that could cause a short?
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