Chrysler Sebring Convertible mk2 – Fuses Box (2001-2006)

The diagrams of relay, and fuse blocks of the Chrysler Sebring Convertible mk2 (2001 – 2006), the location, purpose, and description of all blocks in the car are presented.
Diagrams shown for cars 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006

Underhood Fuses (Power Distribution Center) mk2 (2001 – 2006)

Power Distribution Center is located in the engine compartment; near the air cleaner. The identity of each fuse is indicated on the backside of the cover.

Underhood Fuses (Power Distribution Center) mk2 (2001 - 2006)

(A) Description
1 30 Amp Green Blower Motor
2 10 Amp Red Right High Beam Headlight, High Beam Indicator
3 10 Amp Red Left High Beam Headlight
4 15 Amp Blue Power Door Lock Switch Illumination, Transmission Range Switch, Daytime Running Light Module (Canada), Power Windows, Anti-lock Brake System Module
5 10 Amp Red Power Door Lock and Door Lock Arm/Disarm Switches, Vanity, Reading, Map, Rear Seating, Ignition, and Trunk Lights, Illuminated Entry, Radio, Power Antenna, Data Link Connector, Body Control Module, Power Amplifier
6 10 Amp Red Heated Rear Window Indicator
7 20 Amp Yellow Instrument cluster illumination, Park and tail Lights
8 20 Amp Yellow Power Receptacle, Horns, Ignition, Fuel, Start
9 15 Amp Blue Power Door Lock Motors (Body Control Module)
10 20 Amp Yellow Daytime Running Light Module (Canada)
11 10 Amp Red Instrument Cluster, Transmission Control, Park/Neutral Switch, Body Control Module
12 10 Amp Red Left Low beam Headlight
13 20 Amp Yellow Right Low Beam Headlight, Fog Light Switch
14 10 Amp Red Radio
15 10 Amp Red Turn Signal and Hazard Flashers, Wiper Switch, Seat Belt Control Module, Wiper Relays, Rear Window Defroster Relay
16 10 Amp Red Airbag Control Module
17 10 Amp Red Airbag Control Module
18 20 Amp C/BRKR Power Seat Switch, Remote Trunk Release
19 30 Amp C/BRKR Power Windows

May Be Useful:

The purpose, and pinout elements in Chrysler Sebring Convertible mk2 (2001 – 2006) may vary depending on the configuration, model, and year of manufacture, and if some electrical device in your car has stopped working, then the cause may be a blown fuse that must be replaced to solve the problem.

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