Question about Car Amplifiers
Just replaced Battery and the starter ( that job sucked ) all ok. 93 geo prizm 4 door
2 days later engine rolled over 6 times, then with out returning key to the off position the engine just stopped rolling over and we have no power to the key .
Have any Ideas? Relays ? where? witch one. Fuses? I am scratching my head at this point . Email me at Contractorrepair@aol.com
It is possible that you burned out a fusible link (a short piece of wiring, specifically designed to fail, to keep your car's wiring harness from melting, when your car's starter is overloaded), which is located somewhere between your battery and ignition switch. More than likely it is near the fuse panel of your car, but isn't mentioned in your owner's manual, because manufacturers don't consider it a part that owners are qualified to replace. If you don't have access to a shop manual, you are best advised to take the car to a qualified repair facility. It sounds like possibly either the ignition timing is off or the cam timing, causing starting problems, although it could be that you've gotten a poorly remanufactured starter motor. It is next to impossible to diagnose a car (especially the most complex part of the car: the electrical system) verbally. Suggestions and guesses are the best that can be done.
Posted on Dec 31, 2007
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