Question about Dodge Neon
It could be a bad starter.
And a dead short within the starter would cause the fuses to blow as you mentioned.
I would pull the starter off, and take it into a local parts store to be tested.
If it does pass, you have taken that part of the problem out of the equation, and can begin looking for other causes.
Posted on Jul 29, 2008
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