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jerryhirsch007
jerryh ... 1/20/2013
2002 Chrysler Sebring LXi 6Cyl2.7L - Engine
Car wouldn't start. Battery o.k. Checked fuses and found blown 20 amp. Repaced it and car started right up. Then drove
drove home, and same problem repeated... no start, replaced fuse, and then it started. Something electrical must be causing fuse to blow! How do I diagnos?
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  • Jimm
    Jimm 1/20/2013
    First step - reference the owners manual to see what circuit / function the 20 amp fuse protects. Typically, an open fuse indicates a direct short to ground in the respective circuit. Without first knowing the details regarding the 20 amp fuse, it's difficult to offer any further advice or steps to take.
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