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The starter wont engauge,cleaned battery terminals and tried to jump start with cables and another vehicle thginking it a fusable link Where is it located

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Pull the starter,, place the neg terminal on the case for the starter, and hit, the post of the starter relay, if it engages ,, its ok, your problem is elsewhere

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