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My 71 cutlass keep blowing the ignition fuse when I try to crank the car.

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SOURCE: 20-amp starter/ignition fuse keeps blowing & car won't start

check you probably got wire that touch each oder start from the starter all the way to the trasmission because it goes to the neutral switch before the starter good luck pierre

Posted on Jun 24, 2008

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Check the power wiring running to the starter for exposed wire or loose insulation. I've run into the same thing on a few Chrysler vehicles where the insulation on the starter wire just melts off and blows fuses like crazy

Posted on Aug 20, 2008

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SOURCE: ECM BATT fuse keeps blowing

That fuse provides power for the fuel pump. Either your fuel pump is blowing the fuse or there is a shorted wire.

Posted on Dec 21, 2008

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SOURCE: blowing ignition a fuse

I believe you mean a 40 amp fuse? Wow! that's a dead short somewhere on a large wire. Could be difficult, or hopefully easy to find. There's always the smoke test option: Solder a jumper wire across the top of the fuse, making the circuit essentially un-fused and look for the smoke. Not the best method, but quick. Warning: if you do this, depending on where the short is, you could melt down the wire harness or possibly start a fire. Try this at your own risk! IT'S A "LAST RESORT" THING, WHEN YOU'VE TRIED EVERYTHING ELSE AND FAILED! Good luck.

Posted on May 25, 2009

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SOURCE: 98 stratus won't start

Sis had a 1997 Dodge Stratus and experienced issues with the cigarette lighter. Car would not start and I was able to trace an ignition fuse as the problem. Replaced the fuse and the car would attempt to crank but not start and the fuse would burn. Repaired the cigarette lighter and changed the ignition fuse but fuse continued to burnout. Pulled the accessory fuse and car attempted to start without the ignition fuse blowing. Put the accessory fuse back in place and the car started up no problem,

Posted on Nov 13, 2010

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