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Old 09-19-2011, 01:33 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Small Fuse Panel Diagram

could someone send me a picture of the fuse panel diagram on the fuse panel on the drivers side end of the dash? My 97 3500 did not have the little door on it when I got it.
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Old 09-19-2011, 04:26 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Below is a diagram of the whole truck wiring system. Perhaps it can be helpful.
https://docs.google.com/viewer?a=v&p...zMmUw&hl=en_US
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this is really irrelevant but i have always wondered what that IOD fuse did, like what does it control?? its my understanding that it stands for "ignition off drain"...so what exactly does it do??
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Thanks for the picture.
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this is really irrelevant but i have always wondered what that IOD fuse did, like what does it control?? its my understanding that it stands for "ignition off drain"...so what exactly does it do??
yeah im not sure on that one either....
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IOD supplies juice to the clock and PCM when the engine is off on the 12 valve.
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Does that mean parking my truck for the winter I should remove the IOD fuse to keep the batteries charged? I already pulled the fuse for the radio so the clock would not drain the batteries.
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The IOD fuse will will kill the radio too. At least it did on mine.
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Does that mean parking my truck for the winter I should remove the IOD fuse to keep the batteries charged? I already pulled the fuse for the radio so the clock would not drain the batteries.
That's what I do on my 3500.
Dodge says in order to keep the batteries charged you have to run the engine at least every 21 days.
Never tried it myself to see if it's true.
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