which fuse cuts the power to the alarm on a 2007 Chrysler Sebring

Asked by Jun 08, 2013 at 04:41 AM about the 2007 Chrysler Sebring

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Its not a fuse its a relay,and youll lose headlights and horn= fail on fix and inspection. Insert key in driver door turn the lock till door locks drop should be a small red dot flashing quickly in speedo head. Once activated the alarm will not activate unless lock is pulled up or the door switch (dome lights) is activated the key fob can also malfunction where the panic button can be stuck or has been wet or smashed

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I have the small red round light above the 60mph. Turned on this morning when I was goin to work. I was on cruise at 75mph. An it came on an then went off. Did it about 4 times.. Just got the car cuple weeks ago. It's a 2008 sebring. Seems to run fine an haven't had a issue with anything. Just not sure what that light is.. Any help?

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I belive its the security indicator there may be a developing issue w the skim reader (key recognizer) dealer issue cannot be corrected w/o a D.B.R. what will start happening is stalling,no starts,starter, lock outs, a real head ache for sure i had this happen on a 00 jxi.

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So I need to take it to a dealer. ?

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Ok thank you so much. Tommcmanis!

I'm currently trying to do this right now. I have the correct key. My chip fell out of my other key . As of right now I have locked the doors with new key. Any tips

The dealer ship gave me the other key

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