Problem with the starter. Possibly locked up, or shorted out. Remove and test the starter.
Disconnect the wire at the starter and try the ignition. My guess is that the starter itself is the problem. If the fuse does not blow then it is the starter, if it does blow then go to the relay center in the engine compartment and check the starter relay. Work your way back to the ignition switch.
its either the starter or your ignition
the starter has failed.
If it blows when cranking the starter has failed.
If it blows when trying to crank, the starter has failed.
The actual problem is the starter continues to turn after key is turned off and pulled out of ignition.
If you battery has plenty of power, either faulty contacts in ignition switch or starter motor, or faulty starter motor.
There are several reasons why a Hyundai will not start with the ignition is on. There could be a problem with the battery or starter. There may also be a problem with the wiring.
I had a 96 Stratus that would do that, and it turned out to be that the starter was bad.
Hard to determine where the problem may be. If the battery is strong but the starter spins slowly, the problem is at the starter. If the starter spins freely, the problem lies elsewhere (ie, fuel system, electrical/electronic, ignition switch, etc.).
Take the steering column housing off (usually held by 4 screws from the bottom) and remove the starter cap from the back of the ignition cylinder. In a Nissan, the ignition cylinder usually has a T shaped pin which turns the starter. if you can start your vehicle by turning the starter cap with a screw driver, you probably don't have an issue with the starter.
The control wire to the solenoid may be deteriorated and shorting out. Or, you may have a bad starter.
Generally the problem is either a defective neutral safety switch or a bad ignition switch (not ignition key lock).
Sounds like a selenoid problem.
No. The problem lies in the starter itself. Replace the starter and the vehicle will start....
Remove starter and have it tested for drag, load and shorts
Could be a faulty ground wire. Not very rare to happen
The ignition starter has nothing to do with performance. It just starts the engine.
It could be a bad battery, or connection. A bad starter and or solenoid could be the problem, along with an ignition switch to name a few.
Your problem is prob the starter, if you hear grinding it def is, Tho if starter is good could be ignition relay
You've got a short in the circuit somewhere. Could be a bare wire around the starter or a short in the ignition switch.
It is very common for the starter to be the cause of that fuse blowing.
If you can hear your starter motor turning but not the engine you have some teeth missing on the ring gear. If you can hear nothing, not even the starter motor solenoid clicking into place, you have a connection problem between ignition switch and starter motor.
Somebody with the remote is messing with you. I had a similar problem years ago and found a defective starter solenoid was the problem