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On a 1984 Fiero the small red wire at starter Keeps burning up. Why is this happening?

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Not the right gauge...to many volts

Posted on May 24, 2011

  • scsbruce Jul 18, 2011

    these small gauge wires are fusible links. If they are melting, they are doing what they are supposed to do. Do not replace them with heavier gauge wire. Check the red wires that run from the battery(+) down the front of the engine.
    If they are damaged they could have caused your problem

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