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Starter will not disengauge. Burned up four starters, have replace battery, starter rely, had cellinoid tested is good. Any suggestions

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Hi....
The problem on your Vehicle. is common.
Is Only in older models. 92 and Less.

If you hace replaced the starter, selenoid. relay ETC.....

Replace the starter One more time...
But replace the Starter Selenoid or Relay.. Normally located near the Battery.. BUT the RELAY MUST BE STANDAR Brand...it's come in a RED BOX. Open the box. To see the RELAY. ON back of the RELAY must see the Message.
SUPRESSOR DIODE... Is a DIODE that disconnect the Conntact ports after the power signal goes OFF.

OK.. DO that and you will remember me. For a few time.

I hope this help on your problem.....Thank you for use fixya.

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