2006 chrysler sebring

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Asked by Nov 01, 2016 at 01:19 AM about the 2006 Chrysler Sebring Limited Convertible

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

What fuse do I disconnect so that it doesn't draw
on the battery.  My fuses are located on the drivers
side dashboard. If you could be specific or provide
a picture would be most helpful

1 Answer

A couple of connectors like these should not set you back more than a couple of buck. Tabs 1 and 2 insert in the fuse block where the existing fuse is, the existing fuse goes in the fuse holder. You might tape or use glue to form the two tabs into a single "Assembly" You may also need to leave off the collared insulator Or use non-insulated tab connectors (Fit better in the fuse block) with these I would use tape to hold them properly spaced (or some other material) and protect the crimps. A fuse holder (most of the above have in-line fuse holders) and a switch (All the above carry switches) A bit of wire. If you don't get change back from a $20 you are paying too much. Tab1----Fuse----Switch---Tab2 for more fleet management please visit EKAVAT FLEET MANAGEMENT

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