Where is the ecm fuse on a 2006 dodge stratus located?

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Asked by Aug 19, 2015 at 02:28 PM about the 2006 Dodge Stratus SXT

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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In the power distribution box under the hood, there should be 3 fuses for the system.

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We can't figure out which one it is though

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This was a very small thumbnail that gets out of focus when sized up to be able to see at all. So this is only a guess, the ones I put the red boxes around. But you can trust tennisshoes. If he says there are three you can take that to the bank. My answer not so much, like I say a guess... click image for full screen

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Ya beat me Fordnut

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www.dodge.com/.../pdf/manuals/2006_JR41_Stratus_Sedan.pdf

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The 3rd fuse you boxed in red needs blowing ... Would that be caused by a short

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Meant keeps blowing

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