Question about 2000 Buick Regal
You will need to replace the starter solenoid on the actual starter, it is connected to the top part of the starter housing and provides the current to start the actual starter motor. When it goes bad the starter will continue to engage after the car is cut off. Also replace all burned wiring with new wire
Posted on Aug 22, 2010
From what you describe...
the first problem is that your wires somehow got loose and contacted an exhaust manifold or pipe. Then the insulation on the wires melted and possibly some bare wires contacted with eachother. If you repair the wiring and secure them, you might be good. You might have to cut out the bad wires and splice in new pieces, just use a good crimp connector (The kind that seal out water and corrosion) or solder and heat shrink wrap the connections to prevent future corrosion problems.
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