How to Remove the ABS Fuse in a Dodge Caravanby Leonardo R. Grabkowski
The Dodge Caravan was last manufactured for the 2007 model year. It was the shorter version of the Dodge Grand Caravan. The anti-lock braking system (ABS) in the Caravan is powered by two fuses. One fuse powers the pump, while the other powers the ABS module. If one of these fuses is blown, your ABS will not work properly. Remove the fuses and replace them to restore the system's functionality.
Put on your gloves, if you aren't using a fuse puller, and turn off your Caravan's engine. Open the van's hood.
Find the power integration module in the rear section (closest to the windshield) of the engine bay on the driver's side. This is a black box. It's right next to the van's battery.
Lift the box's lid to reveal the fuses. Find the fuse in compartment F9. This is a green fuse. It is for the ABS pump. Grasp the fuse with your fingers and pull it straight up to remove it, or use the fuse puller if you have one.
Find the fuse in compartment F21. This is a clear fuse. It is for the ABS module. Pull the fuse upward to remove it.
- "2007 Dodge Caravan Owner's Manual"; Dodge; 2006
- Edmunds: Dodge Caravan Review
- To replace the fuse, simply insert it back into its slot. The pump fuse is a 40 amp fuse, while the module fuse is a 25 amp fuse.
Things You'll Need
- Fuse puller (optional)
Leonardo R. Grabkowski has been writing professionally for more than four years. Grabkowski attended college in Oregon. He builds websites on the side and has a slight obsession with Drupal, Joomla and Wordpress.