Question about 1999 Chrysler Sebring
If you cannot find a key, try this: The parts store will have a tool in the fuse section that tests fuses by using a continuity tester. It is a very useful tool that allows you to identify bad fuses without removing and inspecting them and is more reliable than a visual inspection because it tests them electrically. They are not very expensive and are well-worth the investment, especially if you do not have the fuse key.
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