Fuse#33 keeps blowing

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Asked by Jul 12, 2016 at 08:20 PM about the 2007 Chrysler Sebring 4 Dr Touring

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My 2007 Chrysler Sebring touring keeps
blowing its fuse #33. It's the fuse to the
(battery feed- Switch Bank / diagnostic link
connector / powertrain control module.

6 Answers

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Check out the DLC under the steering wheel area, also called the OBDII connector make sure none of the pins have pushed out or are shorting.

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Thank you and i did but everything is ok. But i checked th dlc code while i was at it and fiund a p0481 code?

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Can that be the reasin because the car has totalky integrated power module

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Acctually let me say whats going on i turn my car on and it stays on for like 3 secs then turns off because it blows that #33 fuse. It was showing a p0481 code but as i was checking the different things wrong with this code I guess it went away. But I still have the fuse blowing out? The car starts fine idles fine for those 3 secs but then cuts off. All electrical components work except for the DLC when it does blow out. It doesn't give power to power the scan tool tha I have

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15,245

Cooling fan relay code a short to ground burning fuse 33 Check the harness and connectors until you locate the issue relay is suspect too.

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My 2008 dodge avenger having the same exact problem....did you figure out what happen

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