Fuel injection switch fuse

Tiny
LESLEYBARTH
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My car is a dodge stratus, 1998 automatic, v6, and has 145,000 miles on it. When I put my key in the ignition and turn it to start it, it doesnt make any sound and no lights come on my dash. My headlights come on so I know my battery is ok. I check all the fuses and noticed that my fuel injection switch fuse was dead so I replace the fuse and tried starting my car and it blows out. I what could be wrong with my car? Please help me badly. Im so lost with out my car
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Friday, March 9th, 2007 AT 6:34 PM

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Tiny
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When did the problem start to occur. It sounds like something is grounded improperly. Also could be a bad injector. Not sure, but try to remember all what happened when the problem first occured, or the day before.
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Friday, March 9th, 2007 AT 9:09 PM
Tiny
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They problem started on tuesday when I tried to start it nothing happened. No sound of when u turn the key at all. I took my 20 amp asb fuse out of its place to replace the fuel injector switch fuse cuz I had no other 20 amp fuses. The car started I let the car run for a bit. So I thought everything was fine. The next day I tried to start my car and the fuse blew. I put in another fuse ( I went and bought some ) and it blew again. I did relpace the 20 amp abs fuse though while putting new fuse in the fuel injector switch fuse. People are telling me that it could be my fuel pump, my injectors, or my ignition switch. Im so lost! :D
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Friday, March 9th, 2007 AT 10:02 PM
Tiny
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Yea it could definately be a number of things. When it comes to electrical problems, its best to have a ase certified technician from a reliable shop take a look at it by running a diagnostic. (Although im not quite sure what it is myself, your blowing fuses electrical and im sure when you can stop fuses from blowing, your prob will stop as well)
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Saturday, March 10th, 2007 AT 11:53 PM

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