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2001 venture will not start. Dead in the water. New battery, new intake manifold, new air conditioner. Looks like the starter relay is disconnected. Where does it hook up and how? Do you have a diagram?

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  • lydia07013 Sep 02, 2008

    have the same exact problem. mine keeps blowing a fuse for the fuel injector. we have been told that we should replace the fuel pump and that parts and labor will cost over $250.00. any suggestions? as we are hoping this would be a last resort because we have spent so much money replacing everything else (battery and so fourth)...

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First, disconnect the positive battery cable to prevent a short, then check that the nut at the starter solenoid which secures the positive battery cable is tight.

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Not the starter relay. It was a corroded positve cable to the battery. Inside the insulation was carroded.

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  2. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
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  2. Remove or disconnect the following:

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