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What causes a fuse to the starter to break I have changed a couple of fuses. Now the care will not start. 2000 Dodge stratus?


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2010-11-19 03:48:36
2010-11-19 03:48:36

The reason it blows out is because the starter shorts out the circuit. Replaceing the starter solves the problem


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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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Simply locate the starter, and it's a remove and replace operation. A couple of bolts, a couple of wires and your back in business.

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I'd check two things: I don't remember what year Ford changed over, but if yours still has the starter solenoid on the fender, make sure you haven't crossed the small wires. If the solenoid is on the starter, are you certain that you've wired the starter right? There are a couple small wires that connect to the starter,if you connect them wrong it could the cause problems you describe. If you're CERTAIN that the starter and/or solenoid are connected properly, start looking seriously at the ignition switch.

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Disconnect the positive battery cable, and replace the starter. 2 bolts, a couple of wires , and replace it. It's just that simple.

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The starter solenoid is on the starter. It's the smaller cylinder-shaped part of the starter assembly - the other is the starter motor itself. Unless you're lucky enough to find a local shop that offers the solenoid separately - or repair it for you, the most common repair is a new/rebuilt starter. See "Related Questions" below for more Integral to the starter. The starter solenoid is integrated into the body of the starter, and cannot be replaced separately. You will need to replace the entire starter assembly. there are many solenoids on that car. I am assuming you mean the starter solenoid? If so, it piggybacks on the starter. Integral to the starter. The starter solenoid is integrated into the body of the starter, and cannot easily/readily be replaced separately. You will need to replace the entire starter assembly. The starter solenoid is attached to the starter using a couple of screws. It is the part that the wires connect to. Unhook the wires and remove the two screws that mount it to the starter to remove.

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