whn i drive my car its a burning smell like burnt rubber,and also every now and then when I go to start my car my starter ignition fuse blows out,i change it,it blow again what can this be??

Asked by May 28, 2015 at 07:34 PM about the 2001 Chrysler Sebring LX

Question type: Car Customization

4 Answers

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The burning smell could be something caught on the exhaust. The starter may have to much resistance or the fuse is the incorrect size.

I went and bought sum fuses at auto zone and the guy put them on for me and it blew 3 different times,it did this once before a couple weeks ago,i thought it was my starter so i got that took out and got it tested at auto zone and it came back as passed,i wonder if it can be an electrical problem maybe,what u think??

8,285

Swap the starter relay out with a new one, if that doesn't do it check the relay socket underneath for any bad wires possibly grounding out

Thank u so much for the information,i will tell my mechanic...

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