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My '04 Endeavor blew an ignition fuse and now won't crank!

I replaced the 40amp fuse and checked battery strength but still no ignition. It makes no sounds what so ever to give me an indication where to look next. I tried disconnecting the battery hoping to get a computer reset but that didn't work either. Any suggestions?

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If it blew a fuse you most likely have a short in the wire going to the starter or your starter is shorted internally. Hope this helps.

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