Where is the fuel pump fuse on a 2007 PT cruiser

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Asked by Jan 11, 2014 at 12:20 AM about the 2007 Chrysler PT Cruiser Touring Edition

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where is the fuel pump fuse on a 2007 PT cruiser

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In tank pump, sender, and float are a unit. Aftermarket NOT recommended.buy oem pump and be happy buy cheap you'll do it a couple expensive times

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Fuse panel is located in two areas the main panel is underhood the other is Lh side of dash

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Banging on tank while cranking is an easy diagnosis to determine if pump is toast

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Although 8 people found his answer helpful, I believe migration_tommcmanis answer is wrong. The 2006 - 2010 PT Cruisers don't have a fuse panel inside the car on the LH side of the dash. The 2001 - 2005 models do have one there.

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