Yes and it should be in your fuse block. Chances are that it is a relay fuse and you won't be able to tell if it is blown or not.
The purple wire for on starter 1980 Camaro is the solenoid wire. The wire can be dark purple or purple in color.
It is the ignition wire. The purple wire goes to the small stud on starter.
The small purple wire on the "S" terminal of an older GM vehicle starter would lead to the ignition switch. With the key in the start (crank) position, the purple wire signals the starter solenoid to engage the starter.
The wire from the battery to the starter does not include a fuse.
Bad starter, shorted wire
purple is the trigger wire for the starter. Yellow is the ignition wire.
purple wire comes from park netural switch .yellow wire come from ingintion switch to park netural switch
what size fuse is it it would need to be a 30 amp fuse for the starter solenoid after that your starter solenoid could be shorting if you take the wire that comes from the key off the starter (normally the small wire on its own going onto the solenoid on top of the starter)then turn the key same as if you were starting the engine if the fuse doesn't blow then you need a new solenoid for the starter or a new starter if the price is right if the fuse does blow with the wire off the solenoid then you have a short in the wiring loom check the loom for break or cracks there is a good chance the wire is after wearing against the engine somewhere if this is the case tape it over and tie it back from the engine
The starter doesn't have a standard fuse like a panel fuse, more commonly it has the "fusible link" a medium gauge wire going up to the starters solenoid, you can identify these by mid thickness colored wires with a black "bulge" on them. But more than likely it's probably just your starter solenoid goin out. Nope, no fuse. Direct wire from battery to 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.
starter on 67 camaro which wire goes were. There are two one purple one yellow.
Because there is a short in the system. You need to check:Disconnect the ING ( The trigger ) wire at the starter or starter solenoid. It will be one of or the only small wire (14 gauge) Test with new fuse. (I had a wire touching the body of the starter on my dodge truck, just had to bend it away and secure it)If the fuse does not blow the starter or the starter solenoid is faulty. Most likely the item it wires directly to.If the fuse still blows you need to trace the wires back and find the short. If the wiring for this is inside the steering column that is what I would suspect next.
either the neutral safety wire is not grounded, or hoodpin wire is grounded. or the fuse is blown
faulty wiring or too low of a fuse, shorting out because the wire is touching metal or another wire
the purple wire goes on the little stud The red and the orange wire go on the big stud
Worn or frayed wire to starter?
the fuse is the last 8" or so of the large red #10 wire that attaches to the large starter solenoid bat. terminal.
The battery cable on the positive side goes to the starter. The purple wire goes from the ignition switch to the neutral safety switch then down to the starter. On the solenoid the is a "R" and that is where the wire from the coil goes. The "R" means resistor
Starter solenoid? Jump the trigger wire (small) and the cable that runs to the starter
The wire color for a windshield wiper motor in an S10 pickup that connects to the fuse is white. The high speed wire is purple, the low speed wire is gray.
You have a ground wire that isn't grounded causing a shortage therefore blowing the fuse....I would start with the ground wire that is connected directly to the starter itself
the wire is Yellow coming out of the ignition switch going to the Neutural safety switch, then purple from the neutual safety switch to the starter
The ignition wire in a Nissan 350z is black and red. The starter wire is white/red and the second starter wire is white/green.