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2004 chrysler Sebring fuse 20 keeps blowing. Usually replace it once maybe twice and it starts but not this time. It is the fuse front row last one #20 on it. What is this fuse to and how do I fix it

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SOURCE: 01 chrysler sebring was running good but now keeps

something in the ignition circuit is drawing too much current.the starter draws 10 times that much current.check for shorted wires or a bad coil pack,or even the module,or a short in the distributor.get the wiring diagram.put a 25 watt bulb in the fuse instead,it will light and limit the current to 2 amps.disconnect items until the light goes out,and then check things on that power rail.

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I would look at the alternator. I had a grand am that would do that to me, even with a brand new battery. The alternator output wasn't able to run the vehicle and charge the battery. Alternators are picky things, especially being in Canada (which I assume from the KM), the hot and cold cycles don't play nicely with the brushes and core. I'd have the alternator checked and replaced if needed.

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SOURCE: 2002 Sebring Convertible Start/Fuel fuse blows intermittently

HAVE SEEN THIS BEFORE AND THE STARTER HAS BEEN THE CULPRIT..HAVE NEVER REPLACED A FUEL PUMP ON ONE OF THESE VEHICLES AT ALL

Posted on Aug 31, 2009

Testimonial: "I replaced the starter. This job is quite substantial. Also found the nut connecting the cable to the starter coil was not tight. I think it is fixed."

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I have a 2001 Chrysler Sebring and the fuel and starter fuse continues to blow after replacing it with a new fuse when i try and start the car.


Just asking, isn't the starter fuse a 60-80 Amps one? In that case you might have quite an electrical shortcut. Check for any exposed wire or loose connections around the starter. If it is a less beefy (10-20 amp) fuse it might be the Starter solenoid fuse, in that case maybe it is on it's way out. I still don't understand why the fuel pump fuse will blow though. In any doubt you could also take your car to the dealer.

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Oct 20, 2013 | 2001 Chrysler Sebring

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My 2004 chrysler will not start, the ignition fuse overcurrents each time I try to start the engine


Worked at dodge dealer for the last 13 yrs and have seen this problem a hundred times. Your starter is pullin too many amps during startup. Replace starter and will fix your problem

Apr 17, 2013 | 2004 Chrysler Sebring

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Blown fuse amp start fuel 8


Pls be more specific, doe's this fuse keep blowing or what? Fuse blows and your car won't start. I have a 2004 GTC and the #8 fuse kept blowing, had to replace the starter, (it was pulling 80amps instead or the normal 30-35) once the starter was replaced, no more starting issues and the fuse no longer blows. Hope this helps, good luck

Sep 12, 2012 | 2004 Chrysler Sebring

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I have a 2004 Chrysler Sebring Convertible and for some reason I keep blowing a fuse. Or I have a short circuit some where that is blowing the fuse. Monday morning it wouldn't start. Tuesday at the...


To find out what circuit is drawing down the battery, Remove all the fuses making sure you mark where they come from. Disconnect the positive lead on the battery. Put one fuse in at a time. Then after each fuse put the positive cable to the post. If it sparks, you have found the draw. That will at lest identify the circuit. Then you can look into that circuit or bring it to the repair shop knowing what is drawing it down.

Sep 27, 2011 | 2004 Chrysler Sebring

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2002 chrysler sebring fuse keeps blowing for ignition wont start untill you replace fuse. what amp fuse should be in it. or what could be causeing it??


For your ignition you should use a 20-30 amp fuse. However, it sounds like you have a short somewhere. If you have a short it is not going to matter how big of a fuse you use it will keep blowing out. You best bet would be to take your car into the shop and tell them you have a short and to find and fix it. I must warn you though, shorts are very often times very hard to find, and take alot of time to find. Therefore most of the time they are expensive to fix. I know that probably was not what you wanted to here, But I hope it gives you a place to start out at. Hopefully this helps you out.

Aug 26, 2011 | 2002 Chrysler Sebring

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The fuse of my chrysler 2001 sebring is blowing and the car wont start


yea agree but first listen when u turn the key, if the fuel pump makes some noise it means u have a problem with the starter! if no sound from the pump (sound should comes from the back seats) then its pump!

May 05, 2010 | 2002 Chrysler Sebring

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2002 Sebring Convertible Start/Fuel fuse blows intermittently


HAVE SEEN THIS BEFORE AND THE STARTER HAS BEEN THE CULPRIT..HAVE NEVER REPLACED A FUEL PUMP ON ONE OF THESE VEHICLES AT ALL

Aug 25, 2009 | 2002 Chrysler Sebring

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2001 Sebring Convertible Starter Fuse Problem


The reason that you are blowing fuses is that your starter is drawing too much current. This usually means that the starter is failing (too much internal resistance). By increasing the size of the fuse yoiu are running more current through the wires than they are designed to handle. This can melt the insulation and maybe start a fire.

Feb 24, 2009 | 2001 Chrysler Sebring

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