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Changed out starter it started up once then nothing the next time we turned it over

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First place to check would be to look at the wires going to the starter and make sure they are connected properly and that none of the are touching causing a short or anything like that. trace back the wiring you disconnected for the starter. that would be my main guess. hope this gives you some starting point. good luck

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