Chrysler Sebring II (ST-22/JR) (2001-2006) fuse box diagrams & schemes

Years of production: 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006

Underhood Fuses (Power Distribution Center)

Chrysler Sebring II (ST-22/JR) Fuse box underhood fuses (power distribution center)

A Power Distribution Center is located in the engine compartment; near the air cleaner. This information applies to vehicles built without the fuse and relay numbering embossed on the Power Distribution Center Top Cover.

The fuse access panel is behind the end cover at the left side of the instrument panel. To remove the panel, pull it out, as shown. The identity of each fuse is indicated on the backside of the cover.

130 Amp GreenBlower Motor
210 Amp RedRight High Beam Headlight, High Beam Indicator
310 Amp RedLeft High Beam Headlight
415 Amp BluePower Door Lock Switch Illumination, Transmission Range Switch, Daytime Running Light Module (Canada), Power Windows, Anti-lock Brake System Module
510 Amp RedPower 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
610 Amp RedHeated Rear Window Indicator
720 Amp YellowInstrument cluster illumination, Park and tail Lights
820 Amp YellowPower Receptacle, Horns, Ignition, Fuel, Start
915 Amp BluePower Door Lock Motors (Body Control Module)
1020 Amp YellowDaytime Running Light Module (Canada)
1110 Amp RedInstrument Cluster, Transmission Control, Park/Neutral Switch, Body Control Module
1210 Amp RedLeft Low beam Headlight
1320 Amp YellowRight Low Beam Headlight, Fog Light Switch
1410 Amp RedRadio
1510 Amp RedTurn Signal and Hazard Flashers, Wiper Switch, Seat Belt Control Module, Wiper Relays, Rear Window Defroster Relay
1610 Amp RedAirbag Control Module
1710 AmpAirbag Control Module
1820 Amp C/BRKRPower Seat Switch, Remote Trunk Release
1930 Amp C/BRKRPower Windows

Information about the model

The Chrysler Sebring II (St-22/JR) is a line of mid-size cars that was sold by Chrysler from 1995 to 2010. 3-generation of Convertibles, 2-generations of Sedans, and 2-generations of coupes were manufactured by Chrysler. However, the maker of the cope is the same as other Sebring models, and also some of its styling cues are similar to sedans, but yet it was mechanically distinct to other Sebring models. Chrysler Sebring Coupe was introduced in 1995 as a replacement for the Chrysler LeBaron Coupe. The convertible was introduced in 1996, replacing LeBaron’s counterpart. Both body styles were redesigned in 2001 and the company created a sedan version by replacing the Chrysler Cirrus. In 2005 the coupe was discontinued and the company did not introduce any replacement model after discontinuing the coupe.

In 2001, Chrysler used the name Sebring on three different cars, the convertible and sedan were Chrysler JR line replacement for the Chrysler Cirrus. The 2004 Chrysler Sebring model had a few drawbacks in the front-end, so they re-worked on headlights, redesigned grille, and winged emblem of Chrysler was placed in the middle on the rear deck. Though the 2004 model got a few changes still the company decided to discontinue the coupe after the 2005 model. In Mexico and other places, the Sebring was sold as the Chrysler Cirrus. The IIHS (Insurance Institute for Highway Safety) gave the 2001-2006 Chrysler Sebring a satisfactory overall rating in frontal crash tests. However, in the side impact test, it got a poor overall rating for no side airbags. As Chrysler refused for another test, the IIHS did not test the side airbags’ safety of the Sebring.

The Sebring Convertible was redesigned in the year 2001, now this model slightly resembles the sedan. Although, it still looks different from the coupe and sedan. For the 2001 model year, a redesigned Sebring Coupe was introduced by the company. Chrysler also manufactured international versions of the 2001-2006 Sebring Convertible and Sedan for the mainland European market.


They were manufactured from 2000 to 2006. Sedan had four doors whereas Convertible had two doors. Both the models used designs from the same base of Chrysler JR. The features are mostly inherited from the previous generation but the body inside had been totally re-modified. Especially the nose like structure at the front had been totally changed.


It was manufactured from 2000 to 2005. It showcased double doors. This car model was redesigned using the Chrysler ST-22 base.


SEDAN – The length of such variant was 190.7 inches and the width was 71.9 inches with a height of about 54.9 inches. The wheelbase measured at 108 inches.

CONVERTIBLE – Convertible had a length of 193.7 inches and breadth of 71.1 or 61.4 inches with a height of about 55.1 or 55 inches. The wheelbase had a dimension of 106 inches.

COUPE - Coupe had two variants. One variety had a length and width of 190.2 and 70.3 inches respectively with a height of 53.7 inches whereas the other variety had 191.9 inches as length and 69.9 inches as breadth with 53.9 inches as the height. The wheel base measured at 103.7 inches.

The engine

All the variants had a good engine that can give an excellent mileage. Moreover the transmission speed was also type 4 and 5 in case of all three variants – Sedan, Convertible and Coupe. However the sales were not as expected and so the car model was again re-modified for the third time.

All Chrysler Sebring II (ST-22/JR) info & diagrams provided on this site are provided for general information purpose only. Actual Chrysler Sebring II (ST-22/JR) (2001-2006) diagrams & schemes (fuse box diagrams & layouts, location diagrams, wiring diagrams etc.) may vary depend on the model version.
Comments (1):

~Rosa imelda Villarreal 22-03-2023
Mi carro se le bota el fusible del encendido no lo quema nomas lo bota

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