fuse box number for lighter

Asked by Mar 08, 2010 at 10:27 PM about the 2006 Chrysler Sebring Touring

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Can't find the fuse box number need to replace fuse for the lighter

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It is common in the 2006 models which was the year they did away with the interior fuse box and installed a T.I.P.M that when one thing goes wrong it is usually accompanied with a few other problems. The TIPM is a totally integrated power module that is under the hood that the few fuses you do have plug into which connects to two multifunction switches/ control modules on the right and left sides off your column which control lights wipers etc. problems usually occur when aftermarket items are added to the vehical and are wired incorrectly items such as a towing harness, alarm system, or stereo system. These items when not properly installed with an in-line fuse can 'overload' the TIPM or the modules in the column this can be fixed very quickly by the dealer and the dealer only by a process called flashing. They just plug in a tool and reprogram the TIPM and modules it should cost you no more than 300 dollars and make sure they rewire what overloaded the TIPM in the first place.

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Its number 18 shares a fuse with power seat adjustment.

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2005 Chrysler Sebring cigarette lighter fuse Look in the engine compartment fuse box. It is the weird large blue 20a fuse in location #2

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