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The main fuse in my dodge stratus keeps blowing

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  • drcarlahc Jan 18, 2009

    1999 Dodge Strtus F8 under the hood will blow. Key on gets no actiion on dash. Replace and may go for days or an hour. Replace and runs fine. The first time after it "fails" the solenoid clicks one time. Then nothing till the fuse is replaced.

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Try unplugging the transmission range sensor. It is a common problem for them to short out and they are powered when the key is in the start position. Replace the fuse after unplugging the sensor and see if it blows the fuse when you turn it to start. If it does not you have found the problem.

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