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Not starting replaced alt,starter,solenoid,and battery is good

I was jumping my buddys jeep with all of my lights on(12) and i heard a pop it smelled like burnt wire. Drove it home while it was m,aking a weird noise like the belt. Changed the alternator would only roll start changed the starter and solonoid click more then usual started wth a jump then died again and the same burnt wire smell. now it wont start none of the fuses appear to be blown low on money please help!

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    did u check the under hood fuse box?

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It sounds like the wires from the battery to the starter solinoid are burned out, possibly even more of them to the main fuse box under the hood. You will have to start looking for the burned wires you can already smell and replace them. Starter and Battery area are a good place to start.

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