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Re: A/C quit

Postby uninformed » Wed Oct 09, 2019 5:58 pm

Not finding what I was hoping for.
Here's 3 photos, one showing the fuses, 2 iod and other misc. fuses.

And 2 photos showing the underside of the fuse box which only contains plug connectors.
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Re: A/C quit

Postby bohica2xo » Wed Oct 09, 2019 10:01 pm

Bummer. There are a bunch of relays someplace in that truck. I wish Mopar did a better job on electrics. Being known for crappy wiring for more than 50 years is not exactly a good thing.

I have seen the piano box in Rams trucks before, as well as the rectangle. Low bidder on the wiring harness probably changed 5 times in 3 years...
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Re: A/C quit

Postby uninformed » Thu Oct 10, 2019 7:01 am

It leaves me stymied because even my service manual doesn't mention the word relay anywhere that I've looked and even the numerous diagrams only show the starting point being the TIPM, (Totally Integrated Power Module).
And for checking the compressor clutch it says if the fuse is OK the next step is use a scanner tool.

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