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Same concept I used on my 1986 LeBaron convertible. I used a 1996 Dodge Stratus PDC, the design of which is quite similar, Sebrings also use a similar one. Layout is a bit different, biggest is the hot post on top as the Stratus and Sebring have the battery under the fender. Same 4 big relays, a number of maxi fuses to replace the fusible links, provision for a number of smaller relays and fuses. The Stratus and Sebring have two covers with the hot stud between them.
 
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Yes I do. Air filter was changed from the 1989 T2 style to one from a 1991 Shadow convertible, 2.5L T1. This should give you an idea, since I went to a 1990 LeBaron convertible inside harness I now have each headlight high and low beam with individual relays and fuses.
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If it is desired, I can do some in depth on the one I used, along with measurements. They apparently were also used by Chrysler in multiple applications.
 

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Ok, I will probably do the latter so it will be a stand alone item and link your thread in mine and add a link in yours. I fully agree it needs to be made available as we are dealing with 30+ year old wiring and the fusible links were always a problem area, especially when one failed. I have one fusible link left, the one from the alternator to the battery positive cable.

I did a similar rewire on my other 1986 vehicle, an F350 crew cab dual rear wheel beast with a 460. I am convinced the charging/power distribution system was designed be someone on some serious hallucinogenic drugs. It has two fusible links I left for safety reasons as the main power feed runs across the top of the radiator support and in a frontal collision could easily be shorted to the body. Those links are in parallel feeding the PDC on the left side inner fender.
 
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