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2006 sebring/stratus sedan electrical issue

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Old 02-16-2009, 02:39 PM
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Default 2006 sebring/stratus sedan electrical issue

I have a 2006 Stratus sedan. The horn, radio, windows/locks/mirrors just quit on me. I pulled and changed the fuses (#8 was blown), and still not working. Anything I should check before calling my dealer? What would cause this? It is the stock radio, and I haven't installed any aftermarket electronics. Even the trailer wire harness is mopar. Ideas?

Yes, I realize this is a Chrysler forum, but I tend to get more responses here vs. the dodge forums.

Thanks in advance
 
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Old 02-16-2009, 03:58 PM
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I found the issue. The brake lamp fuse under the hood was blown. I only checked the one in the dash. Upon further inspection, I found ice build up in the trailer harness connector. I'm pretty sure that's what blew the fuse. So, I'll thaw the connector, and put a cover on the end of it.

I love it when it's a simple fix.
 
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asking about dodge on a chrysler forum is completely ok i would think. seeing as dodge is under the chrysler division
 
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