Which fuse controls the car alarm in th 300C

Discussion in 'Chrysler 300' started by General Schvantzkoph, Feb 28, 2010.

  1. My 06 300C has a problem where the car alarm goes off spontaneously and
    can't be turned off with the key or the key buttons. It will turn itself
    off after five minutes. This happens once or twice a year, usually in the
    spring or fall (I'm guessing it's a moisture problem), had has been
    happening since I got the car. The first time it happened I took it to
    the dealer but they weren't able to find anything. They suggested that I
    pull the fuse when it happens, however that was five years and I don't
    remember which fuse it is. There are dozens of fuses, I've pulled lots of
    them without success. Does anyone know which fuse controls the car alarm?
     
    General Schvantzkoph, Feb 28, 2010
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  2. General Schvantzkoph

    Bill Putney Guest

    Looks like it would be Fuses 14 and 29 in the PDC.
     
    Bill Putney, Mar 1, 2010
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  3. General Schvantzkoph

    Bill Putney Guest

    Actually, looking closer at the FSM schematics, I'm thinking that just
    pulling 14 will do it. Fuse 14 is hot all the time. 29 is only hot
    when the key is in Run or Start (so turning the key off would have the
    same effect as pulling Fuse 29).
     
    Bill Putney, Mar 1, 2010
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  4. Thanks I'll make a note of this. Do you know if this is a common problem
    on 300s or I just have a bad ground somewhere?
     
    General Schvantzkoph, Mar 1, 2010
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    Bill Putney Guest

    You're welcome. I have no familiarity of the 300C, so I don't know if
    this is a common problem - I looked in the schematics of a 2005 FSM
    (http://oskin.ru/pub/chrysler-dodge/manuals/Service Manuals/).
     
    Bill Putney, Mar 1, 2010
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