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96 silverado won't start - blows fuses when try to start - what is up with that? Starter is fine. Took it off and tested it. What do we check next?

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Look under the hood passenger's side and look at the exhaust manifold.. the crank position wire may be shorting out and causing the ecm1 fuse to blow?

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Check to see that both batteries are functioning properly, if you don't have two, just check the one you have, the connections and then the starter relay.

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