Question about Dodge Stratus
The only reason a fuse will really go like that is if it has too much resistance or a short. From what i know this is a problem with your starter solenoid. They are one unit with your starter so you will need to replace both. Your problem will get 100% fixed after this!
Posted on Apr 30, 2010
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