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97 murcury mountaineer blows #10 fuse

My 97 mountaineer keeps blowing the #10 starter fuse every time I try to start the SUV. I replaced the mail brain box, and starter.starter silenoid. Still no luck. I feel it must be a wire tuching somewhere but I dont know where to begain.

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  • regalslickri Sep 20, 2008

    Thank you for your help. I checked all wires going to starter and all are good. Do you have another suggestion? I apriciate all your help.

  • regalslickri Sep 20, 2008

    Thank you. I am going to check right now. I will get back to you to let you know if it worked. Again thank you

    regalslickrickey@aol.com

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Check for a short by the starter exhaust melts these wires together good luck

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    Jimmy Sep 20, 2008

    i found a short by the main fuse box. hmm looked on all data how bout the starter relay? its on the side by the battery. try that disconect the small wire and see if it still blows the fuse

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    Jimmy Sep 20, 2008

    no prob your welcome if it fixes marked as fixed thanks

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