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91 corsica,3.1L friend changed the starter, when he hooked up the battery he reversed the terminals for a second. now the car has no power when you turn on the key

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Check all fuses and fusible links-guarantee one is blown, this is why systems are fused to protect from dmaage and mistakes.

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Is there any fusable links on a 1991 Corsica


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Starter --- I found it, replaced it hooked the three terminals back on. When I started the car, got nothing and battery started to smoke. Did I reverse the polartity?


sounds like it. scrap that battery,and be thankful it didnt explode. reverse the starter wiring,and trywith a new or borrowed battery.
keep me updated.

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I need help removing wiring off of starter for 91 chevy corsica


First and foremost, before you do any of that make sure you disconnect the battery terminals, unless you want to get the **** shocked out of you.

The starter (in case you're not aware, I have no idea) is a black cylindrical object right underneath the front of the car... pretty close to the bumper cover. There should only be two bolts holding it up - taking it off is pretty simple. Just get the bolts off with a socket wrench (you might need a deep set socket) and you're set. Hooking it back up can be tricky though. Try and mark the wires somehow so you can remember which ones go where, or you might cause some electrical issues when you get it back on.

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