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When you turn the key on it won't start. There is power. The 40v fuse is blowing. I replaced the fuse and tried it again and it blew it again. There is too many volts going through. What should I do next. Could it be the starter or the cylinoid. If so how hard is it to change those and how do I do it and can someone with little experience do it? Thanks!! Ted

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Ted, it sounds like somthing major is grounded. There are too many AMPS, not volts...but no matter. You need to disconnect things and try to reconnect the fuse. For testing purposes, I suggest getting a 40 amp circuit breaker, self resetting...wire that in and start looking... Something is damaged or a wire rubbed through.

This will likely be limited to the engine compartment and area, as everything else is lighter weight and fused separately...

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