Question about 1995 Chevrolet Astro
It sounds like the fusible link,or links have burned into.They are located on the starter itself.They look like a wire,and are bolted on with the positive cable on the starter.To check them,just pull on them ,and they will pull apart like taffy.These are easy to replace,be sure to disconnect the neative cable first.You can purchase these fusible links at a auto parts store.NAPA carys them,i know.They are not expensive either.Do not use regular common everyday wire.You will burn the van down to the ground if there is a short.When you install these,and connect the battery back up look at the fusible link,or links to see that they are not burning back up.Besides a short,these fusible links go out do to hard starts(holding the key to start at low battery voltage.After you replace these links,check or have the battery checked,and the alternator,to see if it is charging enough.If I can help,let me know,this should be the only reason for this to have happened.
Posted on Sep 24, 2009
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