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Fuse problem or spark plug problem?

(1999 Chrysler LHS)
in San Diego, CA on March 05, 2011
I was getting into my car after 1 hour had passed, I unlocked the door with my remote. I put the keys into the ignition, the car started. However, all the inside lights came on, including the brake light and I had already released the emergency brake. My power windows weren't working neither was my stereo. Could this have something to do with a spark plug, electrical wire or a fuse?
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on March 05, 2011
Leaning more toward an inspection of charging system.
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of Convoy Auto Repair on March 07, 2011
The most likely cause is an electrical problem of some sort, not a fuses or spark plug problem. This should be diagnosed before the problem progresses.
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of Wentworth Automotive on March 09, 2011
The problem you are having does not sound like a spark plug or fuse issue. It is definitely an electrical problem that will require diagnosis, possibly a short in the ignition switch.
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