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Fuse keeps blowing for ignition need wiring schmatic for ignition and starter for 1997 dodge stratus 24 engine or for an answer as to why you have this problem?

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2008-08-22 05:44:14
2008-08-22 05:44:14

You will need to replace your starter, this happened with my car a couple days ago, I brought it into the shop, got the starter replaced and the fuse does not blow anymore. It happens because the starter draws to many Amps of electricity due to age, amount of use etc.

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