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With no prior problem, I put the key in and nothing happened, battery strong etc. Mechanic replaced fuse and then put in a new starter. Started all day one day fine, the next day the same problem, not a sound when you turn the key but the fuse is blown again

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Hi,

There are few reasons for the fuse to blow out so frequently without noticing it. I wm posting a link here some reasons which you need to take care or followup for your car.

http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Why_would_the_ignition_starter_fuse_in_a_97_Dodge_Stratus_blow_everytime_you_start_the_car

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