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Starter/fuel pump (#8 underhood) fuse on 2005 chrysler sebring keeps blowing

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fuses are'nt linked to startor that's a relay as I have mine ran to a car-PC with voice start. ANyhow you would need to look up in owners book fuse location chart. What fuse socket that keeps blowing runs to, my guess is it blows before you start car as soon as your ignition goes to accessory then it kicks on that fuse bank. DO NOT STICK BIGGER FUSE IN AS THIS COULD CAUSE FIRE. first find out what that fuse controls.. is it the fuel system, radio, PCM ect.. could be a ignition fuse but these tend to be bigger what size is the fuse you blow?

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SOURCE: Where is the starter located on a 1998 chrysler sebring coupe

Follow the +cable from the battery. The starter is on the other end.

Posted on Oct 21, 2009

SOURCE: I need to know what is the meaning of fuse #8 on

I'm pretty sure this is for the starter circuit. have seen a few pop and it always turned out to be the starter. I think chrysler has a TSB on this problem

Posted on Nov 23, 2009

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Just asking, isn't the starter fuse a 60-80 Amps one? In that case you might have quite an electrical shortcut. Check for any exposed wire or loose connections around the starter. If it is a less beefy (10-20 amp) fuse it might be the Starter solenoid fuse, in that case maybe it is on it's way out. I still don't understand why the fuel pump fuse will blow though. In any doubt you could also take your car to the dealer.

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HINT: If the starter cranks the engine, this fuse is OK.

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The starter fuse also controls the fuel pump. Generally a bad fuel pump is at the heart of the problem. Have it checked out. Regards,Joe
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