Question about GMC S-15
The starter is shorted - you will have to replace it and the battery. Next check the wires between the starter and the battery and the battery and the body of the car - they might have been damaged by the overheating caused by the huge current passing thru them. Then check the ignition key contacts, when you shorted the plots a part of the current might have went thru it and damaged it - in that case you will have to replace it also.
Posted on Mar 24, 2011
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