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

13,885

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

13,885

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.

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

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