I'm having the same problem ? Do you have spark. It not try ignition harness you will also need to replace control module and impulse sender. You can get qaulity harnesses at http://www.linkline.com/personal/dbarton/WireHarnesses.html#OrderingHarnesses if you have a spark, try checking the fuel pump relay under dash on passenger side. a quick way to bypass the relay is to jump the #5 fuse and # 14 fuse...if you do it right you will hear the pump start. If that does it, you need a new relay.
battery need to be at lease 14 volts to be able to start
Over load in circuit? Remove starter and have it checked at auto parts for excessive current draw Dead short to ground in circuit? Over load in circuit? Remove starter and have it checked at auto parts for excessive current draw Dead short to ground in circuit?
Sounds like starter solenoid needs to be replaced
The Chevy starter does not have a ground wire, the starter grounds through the starter casing.
If the engine doesn't turn over at all there are a few things that are possible. Start with the battery ground cable and make sure it is making a good ground and is not broken. Also check the positive cable from the battery to make sure you have a good connection and no breaks in the wire. If these are both good you may need to replace the starter motor. There are brushes inside the starter (yes they can be replaced if you know how to take the starter apart) that will grind down to the point of not making enough contact to start your car. Since you said you had the alternator replaced I'm thinking it probably is the starter because any competent mechanic would have checked the battery cables before replacing the alternator.
No,there is no circuit protection between the battery and the starter. If the starter is causing a dead short to ground, there is definitely something wrong with the starter. Pull it and have it checked. The switch that engages the high current is inside the starter. If the starter is fried and perhaps something melted to ground, every time you engage it you will get a dead short.
No, the starter casing acts as the ground.
It sounds like maybe your starter might be shorted out - a wire could be touching the casing somewhere or it could be something worn in the starter that is letting something go to ground inside. Unhook starter and try putting the fuse in and turn the key if it blows the fuse in is not the starter.
That Thermostat is LOW voltage. IT does not have a ground wire. There is no need for a ground. it only opperates on 24 volts. there may be a green wire but it does not mean it is a ground
There are no Ground-type Starter Pokemon that are initially Ground-type. However, Mudkip evolves into Swampert, which is a Water/Ground-type Pokemon.
Just checked and it does have a ground connection.
Could be a faulty ground wire. Not very rare to happen