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Melting wires from my starter

Wires are melted together from starter.

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If you have replaced the starter make sure that the battery wire from the starter isnt tuching the exshaust

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Hi usuraly when that happens it is from cranking to long while trying to start the car . a dragging starter will also cause your wires to melt (cause starter trying to draw to much juice from the battery all at once to start the car,or you have a bad ground from battery to body or from battery to engine) or you have a hot wire hitting a ground.

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You had a short circuit. You may have to replace all the wiring going to the starter and from the starter. Check the relays and switches.repair as many wires as you can and see what can be repaired and what cannot.

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