Question about 1999 Dodge Intrepid
2001 Dodge Intreped would not start. Ignition fuse was blowen.I replace the fuse, the car started then quit. Fuse blew again. I tried 3 times with the same result. Any sugestions?
You'll want to check the coil packs on the engine by disconnecting them, one at a time, and temporarily replacing the fuse with a circuit breaker of the same rating. Try starting the engine with one coil disconnected (leave it on the engine, but disconnect the wire). If it stays running (though poorly) with a coil diconnected without tripping the breaker, you've found the bad coil and you can replace it easily.
Other than this, take the car into a competent mechanic to diagnose as many electrical issues involve sensitive electronic parts.
Posted on Dec 26, 2008
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