My 2009 Sebring gascap message will not go away. It is accompanied by a check engine

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Asked by Apr 18, 2014 at 07:36 AM about the 2009 Chrysler Sebring LX

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

We have tried 2 different gas caps.  When we smoke checked it we could find no leaks.  
We have changed the pressure switch twice.  We have reset the codes 3 times and I
understand the gascap message should reset itself, the check engine light returns after a
few trips.  Help????

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try unhooking the battery and unplugging the fuse relay chip. then plug the relay chip back in and the battery and then you be on your way

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I'll give it a shot. I am not familiar with the fuse relay chip. Is it under the hood in the vacinity of the fuses? I googled it and got not results. Also, search the Chrysler site for the part with no luck.

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