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V91XV in 1999 Dakota, Fuse Blowing


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polishmike 
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What else can i do?
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did u try the factory switch...even when the fuse was blown?
Where theres is a wire there's a way.
polishmike 
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when that fuse blows the factory switch along with the dome light do not work. Is that normal?
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what fuse it blowing?  Where did u get the 12vconstant from?  and no that is not normal.....tell me where u have each wire running to, exact location, 86, 85, 87a, 87, 30
Where theres is a wire there's a way.
polishmike 
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Door Lock fuse is blowing. I got the 12v constant from the harness in the door panel. (could this be causing the problem???)

Wired the relay just like you said

85 is +unlock from brain

86 is ground

87 is the constant 12v

87a switch side lock motor wire

30 is motor side motor wire.

As soon as i touch the 12v wire the door lock fuse pops.

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CHECK YOUR RELAY / S
Are you using SPDT Relays??  ( Single Pole Double Throw )  Where did you get them?
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polishmike 
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mo12v wrote:
CHECK YOUR RELAY / S
Are you using SPDT Relays??  ( Single Pole Double Throw )  Where did you get them?

Im pretty sure. They're bosch from kragen. Is there any other relays with all the same connections and look the same that arent SPDT relays?

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SPST Relays look the same......PIN 87 & 87a are the same
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polishmike 
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Well this has 5 contacts. doesnt that make it a spdt?
Anyhow, i double checked and they ARE SPDT relays for sure.
TO clarify, im using 1 relay, wired how i wrote above. Any ideas??
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from what the other guy helping me out said i only have to "5 wire" the unlock. I assumed that meant that i only use one relay.
When i tried with two it did the same thing.
So am i supposed to be using a two relay setup? this is a 1999 dodge dakota r/t 5.9.
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