The diagrams of relay, and fuse blocks of the Dodge Mirada (1980 – 1983), the location, purpose, and description of all blocks in the car are presented.
Diagrams shown for cars 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983
Fuse box Dodge Mirada (1980 – 1983)
|1||20||Hazard warning flashers|
|3||30||Circuit Breaker: Power windows and moon roof|
|4||30||Air conditioning and heater blower motor, heated rear window relay, deck lid solenoid, illuminated entry sense and cornering lights|
|5||20||Cluster, tail, side marker, license, opera, dome, turn signal, radio display and cassette lights|
|6||20||Stop, mirror, map, reading and courtesy lights, key in buzzer, ignition relay, illuminated entry and chimes, ignition switch, trunk, “B” pillar, door lock and front header lights, clock memory and radio memory|
|7||20||Horn, horn relay, cigar lighter, power antenna and glove box light|
|8||30||Circuit Breaker: Power seats and door lock solenoids|
|11||5||Brake warning, oil pressure, door ajar, and seat belt lights, voltage limiter, temperature and fuel gauges, low fuel warning indicator, radio capacitor, seat belt buzzer and speed control|
|13||4||Air conditioning, heater, cluster, hood, parking brake, defogger, cigar lighter, ash tray, clock, radio and gear selector lights|
May Be Useful:
The purpose, and pinout elements in Dodge Mirada (1980 – 1983) may vary depending on the configuration, model, and year of manufacture, and if some electrical device in your car has stopped working, then the cause may be a blown fuse that must be replaced to solve the problem.