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What can i do to start my car?

I just bought a new battery cause it wont start up,now it keep blowing out every A20 fuse I replace,i don't really know whats happening

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U need to check that the battery was installed correctly. red cable to positive and black cable to negative post. did u get the same size battery as the old one?

Posted on Apr 20, 2014

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Sounds like a short maybe. maybe the wire completely broke? if you know a technician, see if the fuel pump is even getting power when key is on

Posted on Jul 02, 2009

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SOURCE: 20 amp fuel pump fuse

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Disconnect fuel pump terminals, insulate them, and crank (car will not start). If fuel does not blow, then it was a shorted pump. Replace the pump. If fuse blows again, then there is a wiring problem. You will need to use a test light or a multimeter to find the short.

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change fuel filter

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For your ignition you should use a 20-30 amp fuse. However, it sounds like you have a short somewhere. If you have a short it is not going to matter how big of a fuse you use it will keep blowing out. You best bet would be to take your car into the shop and tell them you have a short and to find and fix it. I must warn you though, shorts are very often times very hard to find, and take alot of time to find. Therefore most of the time they are expensive to fix. I know that probably was not what you wanted to here, But I hope it gives you a place to start out at. Hopefully this helps you out.

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SOURCE: My 2005 PT Cruiser keeps blowing fuse 13, what is the problem

Fuse number 13 is a 20amp fuse that powers the ASD relay and the computer among other things.
Someone will have to pull the relay and check the circuits one by one to find the short. It could be any one of a dozen or more components.

Posted on Aug 10, 2012

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