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"1996 Taurus ground wire to the battery is very hot what is wrong the ground wire to the battery is very hot what is wrong

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You should not be grounding the amplifier directly to the battery.... but should instead find a good grounding point somewhere on bare metal of the frame, or a bolt that goes into the frame, such as a seat belt bolt..... just make sure you sand down to the bare metal around where the bolt is going to make contact with the frame.

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1996 Saturn Fan won't work


-Why you want to hook up a switch to the fan...? You want to turn it on when you want?
-No Problem. Here some basic installation.
-Connect the hot wire to the positive (+) battery terminal.
-Connect both left over wire to the switch. Then connect 1 wire from the other side of the switch to ground. you should be good to cool down.

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May 16, 2017 | 1996 Saturn SL

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When hooking amp directly to battery, you hook battery hot cable and power hot cable then hooking ground cable up the ground cable becomes hot and pops the fuse


your amp is bad. you should have a 12v, ground, and remote wire. if these are hooked up correctly, your amp is more likely broken, and needs to be repaired or replaced.

Jan 30, 2011 | Car Audio & Video

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I have a 97 ford taurus new battery, wire connections ground n hot, new starter still turns slow with help of jump everything checks good i think maybe short in fuse box under hood ? while pressing on...


if its had a new battery fitted but it still needs a jump it still could be the start motor or the wrong battery fitted 72ah min i think is the minuem for your vehicle, it could also be a faulty starter, or it could at worst be a stiff engine.

Aug 24, 2017 | 1997 Ford Taurus

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If clock resets every time the car is cut off on 96 buick century what can be wrong. already has new battery and alternator. car wld not start and had to jump it off.


the memory power wire has a blown fuse ...the car has a hot wire going to ground sounds like it maybe behind the radio

May 08, 2010 | 1996 Buick Century

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Soon as i try to connect the power and ground starts sparking and my fuse blows by the battery. I changed the ground cause i thought that could be it plus i tryed installing it in another car that had an...


your inline fuse wouldn't blow if there was just something wrong with the amp. the amp fuse would blow if that was the case. something is faulty with your wiring. you probably have the wires touching somewhere or are in the wrong terminals at the amp or on the wrong battery terminal. or your power wire is grounding out somewhere. its not the amp. its your wiring

Mar 16, 2010 | Car Audio & Video

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1996 saturn wont start when its hot-starter wont even turn over-once it cools off it starts right back up


Possibilities:

1. Engine has a gasket leak & when hot, prevents the engine from turning over because the cylinder is filled with steam/water & you just hear a click. A car with this problem could also have oil in the anti-freeze, or thin oil from antifreeze getting into the engine oil. You would also be adding coolant from time to time if this were the problem.

2. Starter has a warped main shaft that only has an effect when it's hot, the shaft returns more to the original shape when cold, allowing it to rotate & have proper contact electrically.

3. Other than that, it's just a matter of troubleshooting. I'm hoping you have a 12 Volt test light that clamps to a ground on one end & has a pointed tip with a light in the handle.

Go start it & get the engine hot to where the starter won't work. Have someone else turn the ignition switch for you as you use the tester on the main wire going from the solenoid to the starter. If it won't crank & you have voltage & your ground wire connection is also good, it would be the starter at fault.

There is also a thin wire there coming from the ignition switch through the neutral safety switch that makes the solenoid work that can be tested Hot & Cold to be sure that your ignition switch & neutral safety switch are both working properly when hot. If you get no voltage here when hot, you'll have to test the wiring through the Neutral safety switch to verify if it is at fault or it it is the Ignition switch.

Good Luck

Feb 11, 2010 | 1996 Saturn SL

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Slightly Possible Though Fusable LINKS are in place to Protect from This, You must Check And TEST Any & All Fuse Links @ ALL the MAIN Power Leads. This is what has Happened , Also REPLACE ALL Damaged Wire < Burned from Short to Ground. Feel fre to Reply Back For any Questions.

May 10, 2009 | 1996 Toyota Tacoma

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Cigarette lighter came apart...how to gain access to console?


remove the ashtray. then remove the holder for the ashtray. the lighter is just inside. be careful not to short the hot wire to ground. It runs from the battery to the fuse box then to the lighter. Check the fuse if the first if you haven't already.

Nov 26, 2008 | 1996 Ford Taurus

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1996 chevy 1500


with the ignition in the "off" position get a test light and touch one wire at a time while cycling the ignition switch to the "on" position, When you see that the test light goes off when the ignition switch is in the off position then you found the hot wire, make sure you dont hook it up to the "alway hot " wire or you might drain the battery hope this helps.

Oct 18, 2008 | 1996 Chevrolet Express

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