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Starter fuse blowing out on my 2001 sebring con. 2.7 V6

My 2001 has many problems but i am tired of buying fuses you know the 20 amp stat fuse under the hood, can anyone point me in the right direction? it doesnt look fun getting to the starter either.

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My 2001 sedan 2.7l used to blow the 20 amp everytime i try to crank it... took it to a mechanic and he replaced it with a 30 amp, no problems since, going on about 2yrs now. I am sure he checked the circuit flow or something like that....hope this works for you.

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