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Ignition fuel starter fuse keeps blowing and it won't start

I'm a ase certified tech for starters and i have a problem with a 98 breeze.It won't start and the ignition fuel starter fuse keeps blowing.I have no manuals or even access to any.

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  • qu33nb Oct 14, 2008

    I bought this car ..only had i previous owner. car droved down the block to my home but than it didnt start anymore. the radio,ac,lights,windshield wipers,all work fine but the car doesnt move from their. i just wont start and the gas tank says empty but has gas in it..please help.

  • Anonymous Dec 21, 2008

    where is my starter fuse locat for my

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  • mradams314 Feb 22, 2009

    it will try to start but wont to you give it gas then it will start by it self

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The earlier "fix" suggests a possible wiring problem -
more specifically, a historic issue with Chrysler products is the ground connections, which are typically insufficient.
Check both the battery to engine and then the engine to frame (firewall). If either are worn or frayed replace them. Even if it looks fine I would still replace the motor to frame cable with a heavy duty grounding strap available at most parts stores. ( doesn't have to be a specific cable - can even be homemade, just make sure it is heavier than the original and is connected to a good, bare area.)

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Hi, I had the same problem with the same fuse, so me and my friend went to a car shop and asked what could make the ign. fuel starter fuse keep blowing. The guy told us {i'm not lying} to go underneath the car and hit the middle of the gas tank a couple times, and move a bunch of wires underneath the hood. So we went back and hit underneath the gas tank a couple of times and moved and shook every wire under the hood. we the replaced the fuse and what do you know, The car started right up. I hope this helps out with your problem if you didn't fix it already!

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Try this site sometimes they have manuals for download if not then i'll try to find one for you thx good luck
http://carfiche.com/manuals023/cars/

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