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1997 lhs keeps blowing the engin control fuse

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rol down window instead! ok kidding, does fan alone work ok? it might be your clutch shorted drwaing too many amps. its wheat engages your compressor when you turn on ac.

Posted on Apr 16, 2009

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I think there is only one relay for the turn signals, and one relay for the four way flashers. The cover should tell which relay is for what device

Posted on Jul 23, 2009

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SOURCE: What causes engine control fuse to blow in 1995 chrysler concorde LHS

The fuse will blow if there is a direct short in one or more of the devices this fuse protects. Check owners manual to see if a description of what this fuse protects is there. You will then have to eliminate each device on the fuse one at a time to isolate the cause of the short

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SOURCE: What makes a 1997 Chrysler LHS control fuse keep blowing out

I need more info, I'm not sure what the fuse controls? Where is the fuse located and what is the amp rating?
Could be a faulty component or wiring circuit? Does it blow as soon as you plug it in or after you turn on the key? Does it blow quickly?

Posted on Mar 11, 2016

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SOURCE: What makes a control fuse keep blowing in my 1997 Chrysler LHS

You have an electrical short on that circuit .

Posted on Mar 11, 2016

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What makes a 1997 Chrysler LHS control fuse keep blowing out


I need more info, I'm not sure what the fuse controls? Where is the fuse located and what is the amp rating?
Could be a faulty component or wiring circuit? Does it blow as soon as you plug it in or after you turn on the key? Does it blow quickly?

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The fuse will blow if there is a direct short in one or more of the devices this fuse protects. Check owners manual to see if a description of what this fuse protects is there. You will then have to eliminate each device on the fuse one at a time to isolate the cause of the short

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I have a 1997 Chrysler lhs. my dash/ instrument panel does not work. I have tried checked the fuses and took it to a car repair place. they said it would cost over $1,000.00 to fix it. I can not afford...


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I have a lhs 1996 Chrysler. The car wont start and the engine fuze burns out.


I also have a 96 LHS that randomly blows the 20 amp ECM fuse. If this is what you are referring to, the problem may be in one of your ECM sensors. 1-Start by unplugging all ECM sensors (Temp, Cam, Crank, 2-O2, TPS, etc.) and replace the fuse. 2-Crank the starter (the car will not start) and see if the fuse blows. If it does you probably have an electrical problem with the ECM. 2-If the fuse does not blow, plug in only the cam sensor and start the car; it will idle rough and the check engine light will come on. If the fuse blows, the problem is the cam sensor or wiring to it. 3-Continue plugging in sensors one at a time and try starting. When the fuse blows, you will know which sensor and/or wiring to the sensor to check. This process of elimination has worked twice for me.

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Which relay controls the right blinker on a 97 LHS, there are several in the engine fuse compartment.


I think there is only one relay for the turn signals, and one relay for the four way flashers. The cover should tell which relay is for what device

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