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I replaced the alternator and battery the fuse size is 30 amp also replaced the starter. Please help
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The wiring harness coming from the solonoid/power distribution has one small guage wire splitting into three different medium guage wires. I have ran into this problem quite often on mustangs, and what I have found that works is take the split out of it, and run all three wires with fusible links added to them straight from the solonoid
Posted on Aug 07, 2008
first check all fuses, even the high amp fuses under hood. if you replaced the batt. cable and all that check the wiring in the steering column and the wiring to the fuses under the dash. mice get in there and really make a mess!! it could b the key switch too
Posted on Apr 09, 2009
check ur trunk where there is a cap thing back there where wires run to make sure that didnt burn i have 1998 camry that did the same as urs and i checked mine and i fixed mine and now everythings works now
Posted on May 27, 2009
Need to look at symntec and see if there is a relay on the starter. Which there most likely is. and it is bad. Look at the fuse and see if there is another wire going from the fuse to a relay,if so replace that relay.
Posted on Jun 06, 2009
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