fuse box

Asked by May 29, 2010 at 09:07 PM about the 2003 Chrysler Sebring

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 2003 chrysler sebring convertible and the lighter hasn't been working for yrs..Is it possible it's only the fuse and if so I no longer have my manual so what fuse # will I be looking to change. Also my passenger seat warmer hasn't worked in yrs could that be a fuse? Thankyou

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dude I have an 02 sebring and the lighter did the same thing what happened to mine is the screw in the back vibrated loose and disconnected the ground wire its and easy fix but it helps is you are about 3 foot to crawl under the dash hope this helps if not try the fuse but it might be a short in the wiring

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Did you get this fixed? Please post a solution, as online forums are worthless without contributing when solutions are found. If by chance you haven't posted your solution because the problem still exists, typically cars will have a fuse diagram on the inside of the cover. Could also be what Lou says. Also, if you plug a phone charger in and it works but the lighter itself doesn't, the lighters do commonly go bad and are cheap to replace at your nearest parts store.

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