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All lights on the dashboard are on including battery engine

When I started my 1991 Toyota MR2 all the lights on the dashboard were on. I looked by the engine and I saw that a cable near the engine was burned, I think because there was some oil and of the heat of the engine it burned. But now when I started my MR2 all the dashboard lights are on, I replaced the burned cable but it is the same, can I drive the car or what can I do?

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REPLACE BATTERY GROUND!!! They have caught on fire before due to old ground wires. Get an ebay ground wire kit and connect them in random places in engine compartment. I have 3 on the battery. Its better to be redundant then on fire!

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