2018 Dodge Charger fuse box diagram - StartMyCar (2024)

The 2018 Dodge Charger has 2 different fuse boxes:

Underhood Fuses diagramRear Interior Fuses diagram

Dodge Charger fuse box diagrams change across years, pick the right year of your vehicle:

TypeNo.Description

Fuse puller

1

Fuse - Spare

Fuse FMX/JCase

40A
2

Radiator Fan #1 - [Non 6.2L Supercharged]

Fuse FMX/JCase

50A
3

Electric Power Steering #1 - [If equipped]

Fuse FMX/JCase

30A
4

Starter

Fuse FMX/JCase

40A
5

Anti Lock Brake

Fuse FMX/JCase

30A
6

Anti Lock Brake

Fuse FMX/JCase

20A
7

Police Ignition Run / ACC #1

Fuse FMX/JCase

50A
8

Radiator Fan [6.2L Supercharged]

Fuse FMX/JCase

20A
8

Police Ignition Run / ACC # 2

Fuse MINI

20A
9

All-Wheel Drive Module - [If equipped]

Fuse MINI

10A
10

Intrusion MOD [300] - [If equipped] / Under Hood Lamp - Police

Fuse MINI

20A
11

Horns

Fuse MINI

10A
12

Air Conditioning Clutch

Fuse MINI

13

Fuse - Spare

Fuse MINI

14

Fuse - Spare

Fuse MINI

20A
15

Left HID - [If equipped]

Fuse MINI

20A
16

Right HID - [If equipped]

Fuse FMX/JCase

50A
18

Radiator Fan - [Non 6.2L Supercharged]

Fuse FMX/JCase

50A
19

Electric Power Steering #2 - [If equipped]

Fuse FMX/JCase

30A
20

Wiper Motor

Fuse FMX/JCase

30A
21

Headlamp Washers

Fuse FMX/JCase

20A
21

[Police] [If equipped] Police Bat Feed #2

Fuse FMX/JCase

40A
22

Engine Cooling Pump [6.2L Supercharged]

Fuse FMX/JCase

20A
22

[Police] Police Bat Feed # 3

Fuse FMX/JCase

20A
23

Police Bat Feed # 1

Fuse FMX/JCase

50A
24

Radiator Fan [6.2L Supercharged]

Fuse FMX/JCase

20A
24

Police Ignition Run / ACC Feed # 3

Fuse MINI

28

Fuse - Spare

Fuse MINI

15A
29

Transmission Control Module [Challenger / Charger Police] / Electronic Shift Module [Challenger]

Fuse MINI

30

Fuse - Spare

Fuse MINI

25A
31

Engine Module

Fuse MINI

32

Fuse - Spare

Fuse MINI

33

Fuse - Spare

Fuse MINI

25A
34

Powertrain #1

Fuse MINI

20A
35

Powertrain #2

Fuse MINI

10A
36

Anti-Lock Brake Module

Fuse MINI

10A
37

Engine Controller / Rad Fan Relays [Charger / 300] / Electric Power Steering Module [Charger / 300] / 5-Speed TCM

Fuse MINI

10A
38

Airbag Module

Fuse MINI

10A
39

EPS [Challenger] / EHPS [Police] / AC Clutch Relay / Vacuum Pump Relay / Rad Fan Relays [Challenger]

Fuse MINI

10A
48

AWD Module / Front Axle Disconnect - [If equipped]

Fuse MINI

49

Fuse - Spare

Fuse MINI

50

Fuse - Spare

Fuse MINI

20A
51

Vacuum Pump

Fuse MINI

5A
52

Adaptive Cruise - [If equipped]

Fuse MINI

53

Fuse - Spare

TypeNo.Description

Fuse FMX/JCase

60A
2

Front PDC Feed #1

Fuse FMX/JCase

3

Fuse - Spare

Fuse FMX/JCase

60A
4

Front PDC Feed #2

Fuse FMX/JCase

30A
5

Sunroof

Fuse FMX/JCase

20A
5

[Police] Dome Lamp - Police

Fuse FMX/JCase

40A
6

Exterior Lighting #1

Fuse FMX/JCase

40A
7

Exterior Lighting #2

Fuse FMX/JCase

30A
8

Interior Lighting

Fuse FMX/JCase

40A
9

Power Locks

Fuse FMX/JCase

30A
10

Driver Door Control Module

Fuse FMX/JCase

30A
11

Passenger Door Control Module

Fuse MINI

20A
12

Dual USB Center Console Rear / Cigar Lighter IP - [If Equipped]

Fuse FMX/JCase

40A
15

HVAC Blower

Fuse FMX/JCase

20A
16

Left Spot Lamp - Police

Fuse FMX/JCase

20A
17

Right Spot Lamp - Police

Fuse FMX/JCase

30A
18

Mod Network Interface - Police

Fuse FMX/JCase

19

Fuse - Spare

Fuse FMX/JCase

20

Fuse - Spare

Fuse FMX/JCase

30A
21

Fuel Pump [Non 6.2L SRT Demon]

Fuse MINI

5A
22

Cyber Gateway Mod

Fuse MINI

10A
23

Fuel Door / Diagnostic Port

Fuse MINI

10A
24

Integrated Center Stack

Fuse MINI

10A
25

Tire Pressure Monitor

Fuse MINI

15A
26

Cygnus Transmission Module [Charger / 300] / Electronic Shift Module [Charger / 300]

Fuse MINI

25A
27

Amplifier - [If equipped]

Circuit breaker

31

Power Seats - [If equipped]

Fuse MINI

15A
32

HVAC Module / Cluster

Fuse MINI

15A
33

Ignition Switch / RF Hub Module / Steering Column Lock [300] - [If equipped]

Fuse MINI

10A
34

Steering Column Module / Clock [300]

Fuse MINI

5A
35

Battery Sensor

Fuse MINI

15A
36

Electronic Exhaust Valve - [If equipped]

Fuse MINI

20A
37

Radio

Fuse MINI

20A
38

Power Outlet Inside Arm Rest / Console Media Hub

Fuse FMX/JCase

30A
40

Fuel Pump [6.2L SRT Demon - If equipped]

Fuse FMX/JCase

30A
41

Fuel Pump [6.2L SRT Demon - If equipped]

Fuse FMX/JCase

30A
42

Rear Defrost

Fuse MINI

20A
43

Comfort Seat And Steering Wheel Module (Heated Steering Wheel / RR Heated Seats)

Fuse MINI

10A
44

Park Assist / Blind Spot / Rear View Camera

Fuse MINI

15A
45

Cluster / Rearview Mirror / Compass [Charger / 300] / Humidity Sensor / Forward Facing Camera (Lane Departure) / Cyber Gateway

Fuse MINI

46

Fuse - Spare

Fuse MINI

10A
47

Adaptive Front Lighting / Day Time Running Lamps - [If equipped]

Fuse MINI

20A
48

Active Suspensión - [6.4L / 6.2L]

Fuse MINI

49

Fuse - Spare

Fuse MINI

50

Fuse - Spare

Fuse MINI

20A
51

Front Heated / Vented Seats - [If equipped]

Fuse MINI

10A
52

Heated Cupholders / Rear Heated Seat Switches - [If equipped]

Fuse MINI

10A
53

HVAC Module/In Vehicle Temperature Sensor

Fuse MINI

54

Fuse - Spare

Fuse MINI

55

Fuse - Spare

Fuse MINI

56

Fuse - Spare

Fuse MINI

57

Fuse - Spare

Fuse MINI

10A
58

Airbag Module

Fuse MINI

20A
59

Adjustable Pedals - Police

Fuse MINI

60

Fuse - Spare

Fuse MINI

61

Fuse - Spare

Fuse MINI

62

Fuse - Spare

Fuse MINI

63

Fuse - Spare

Circuit breaker

64

Rear Windows [Charger / 300]

Fuse MINI

10A
65

Airbag Module

Fuse MINI

66

Fuse - Spare

Fuse MINI

10A
67

Rain and Light Sensor / Sunroof / Inside RR View Mirror / Police Run Acc Relay

Fuse MINI

10A
68

Dual USB Power Outlet - R / A Sense [Charger / 300] Rear Sunshade [Charger / 300] RR USB Timer

Fuse MINI

69

Fuse - Spare

Fuse MINI

70

Fuse - Spare

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Source: Dodge Charger 2018 Owner's Manual

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FAQs

Why is my 2018 Dodge Charger not starting? ›

The most common reasons a Dodge Charger won't start are a dead battery, an alternator problem, or failed starter.

Where is the secondary engine compartment fuse box? ›

The secondary under-hood fuse box is next to the battery. To open it, push the tabs as shown. If something electrical in your vehicle stops working, check for a blown fuse first. Determine from the chart on pages and , or the diagram on the fuse box lid, which fuse or fuses control that device.

What fuse controls the starter? ›

Depending on make & year, most later models have a high amperage fuse in the main fuse box in the engine compartment. Usually this fuse is labeled ignition. Or you can pull the fuel pump fuse. You can look at the owners manual to identify the fuse or look at the fuse box cover to see proper fuse.

What fuse would stop my car from starting? ›

One possible reason why your car won't start no crank is that the fuse for the ignition switch is blown. You can check the fuse by locating it in the fuse box and inspecting it for any damage or breakage. If the fuse is faulty, you will need to replace it with a new one.

Why would a car not start but has power? ›

A low battery is the most frequent cause of a car having power but not turning over. Other causes include a bad starter, a bad alternator, or electrical issues. If you hear clicking, whirring, or nothing at all when trying to start your car, you may have a bad starter, malfunctioning alternator, or low battery.

What does it mean when my car has power but wont start? ›

Why won't my car start but I have power? If you attempt to start up your car but the engine won't turn over and the dashboard lights up, then you most likely have an issue with your battery. You could have a damaged or corroded battery terminal, which is stopping the engine from starting up when you fully turn the key.

Why won't my car start or have power? ›

The most common reason cars don't start is a dead or faulty battery. Even though most cars run on gasoline, they all require electrical power to function. The starter that cranks your engine to start requires an electrical signal to fire. If something's wrong with your battery, your car engine won't turn over.

Where is the starter fuse or relay? ›

Most often, a true starter relay is a small black cube plugged into an electrical fuse/relay box in the engine compartment, whereas a starter solenoid is (in most cases) attached directly to the starter on the engine (although it is sometimes located elsewhere in the engine compartment).

Where is the starter fuse on a car? ›

Starting relay position

The fuse box (also called the power box), the instrument panel under the fuse panel, or the right fender are all possible locations. In most cars, it will be under the hood, in a large box with a black lid. This is where car fuses and relays are installed.

What does the ACC fuse do? ›

Answer: The function of the ACC wire is to provide power to vehicle accessory devices, such as additional lights, radio, audio systems, GPS navigation, car chargers, and more. This allows drivers and passengers to use these electrical devices when the vehicle is turned off.

Where are the two fuse panels located? ›

There are two fuse boxes, one located near the engine or under the hood and the other is located near the driver seat. The car fuse box under the hood protects engine components including engine control unit (ECU), cooling fan, ABS motor and battery.

How to tell if a fuse or relay is bad? ›

Most modern relays have an LED to tell you if they are in the active state (ON). If that light is off and you've got control voltage to the relay or coil terminals (typically A1[line] and A2 [common]) then you can safely assume that relay is bad.

How do I know if my starter fuse is blown? ›

One of the best ways to determine if a car fuse has blown is by using a test light. It should illuminate both ends of the fuse, and, if it doesn't, it needs to be replaced. Sometimes, a blown fuse is caused by a damaged wire, motor, or other part.

Where is the starter relay fuse? ›

Most often, a true starter relay is a small black cube plugged into an electrical fuse/relay box in the engine compartment, whereas a starter solenoid is (in most cases) attached directly to the starter on the engine (although it is sometimes located elsewhere in the engine compartment).

What are the symptoms of a bad starter fuse? ›

Identifying a bad starter relay can be straightforward if you know what to look for. Here are some common symptoms: No response when turning the key or pressing the start button: The most obvious sign is when you try to start your car, and nothing happens; no engine cranking, no sound, just silence.

Where is the ignition switch fuse? ›

The fuse box is usually located under the hood of your vehicle near the steering wheel. In some vehicles, the fuse box is located in the glovebox.

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