Question about 2001 Chrysler Sebring
My 2001 Chrysler Sebring started blowing fuses occasionally when we try to start it. First time it started right up when I changed the fuse. Second time it wouldn't and I blew about 4 fuses. Then had it towed to the shop and when it got there it worked with a new fuse. Now it has blown again and is stuck in the driveway. Is this a starter problem?
Fuses are'nt linked to startor that's a relay as I have mine ran to a car-PC with voice start. ANyhow you would need to look up in owners book fuse location chart. What fuse socket that keeps blowing runs to, my guess is it blows before you start car as soon as your ignition goes to accessory then it kicks on that fuse bank. DO NOT STICK BIGGER FUSE IN AS THIS COULD CAUSE FIRE. first find out what that fuse controls.. is it the fuel system, radio, PCM ect.. could be a ignition fuse but these tend to be bigger what size is the fuse you blow?
Posted on Sep 01, 2008
Sounds like you might have a bad starter. I would take that one out and have it checked first of all.
I would have to look at a wiring diagram and see how that circuit is run but the fuse shouldn't do anything else but the starter and maybe the ign switch....
Can you get a wiring dia of the car? trace out that circuit and see if there is anything else that could be shorting out
Posted on Aug 30, 2008
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