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Nope, don't believe there is one. The starter relay has one. If you've ruled out the low power side of the starter (switch, interlocks, relay etc) next you need to look at the heavy wire to the starter, and perhaps the starter itself. Check for voltage to the starter itself while despressing the switch, if you got voltage consider your starter.

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Not on the line to the starter. But the starter switch probably works through a solinoid. If it's not on the starter it's some where between starter and battery . The starter switch must provide the signal to the solinoid. If the Starter switch or ignition switch are not getting "juice" look for bad connections and or a fuse box.

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the n the key line is dead.
the tiny key line is fuse but not uniquely.
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wow triple posted, and still no year,??????
there is no FL for the starter, the starter can draw 600 amps
ever seen a 600 amp fuse (big as thumb and $$$$$)
now follow the main battery cables to starter, see a fuse there?
if the key line is dead, then fix that.
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wow no year, or even honda car model stated, amazing...but..
crossing what.?
big lug to big
or big to little terminal.
a key fact that......????????
if the starter runs then all fuses are good in the engine bay.
the main starter is not fused anyway. sorry.

if starter cranks engine, with big outside lug jumped to small terminal
that means the KEY line is failing.

the car has A/T or M/T again, i must guess.... sad that.
the M'/T the key line is interrupted by the clutch switch.
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all cars can have an alarm system or other BS, that cuts
this line too. (BS like add on remote starts, etc)\

when you turn the key to start, the key line goes to 12v
and must arrive at the solenoid, if not bingo.
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This looks like an electrical problem. A burnt wire and melted fuse at a component are only symptoms of a problem up the circuit. It may be possible that the fuse in the fuse box is rated higher than required and caused the failure at the component.
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Does the starter for 98 buick regal custom have a in line fuse and how do i locate it my car wont start it wont even turn over the battery has a full charge and i had the starter tested it passed so the...

There is no inline fuse but there are a couple of things you can check.

One check for power on the large cable at the starter. There should be 12 volts all the time.

Check for power on the small purple wire at the starter. There should be power any time the key is in the crank position.

Let me know which is missing and I'll be happy to help you further figure it out.

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