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Old 04-15-2007, 08:57 PM   #1
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Default hi and need help. blowing fuse

hi im new here, but i need help. i have a 97 sl2 dual overhead. i had to pull the motor to replace the connecting rod bearings. well i put the motor back in and im pretty sure i got the wiring right. but now when i try to put it the key in start position, i keep blowing out the 30A fuse in the underhood fusebox, its labeled ign 3. i removed all the wires from the starter, except the hot wire, and tryed again and still blew the fuse. i really dont know where to start looking.
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Old 04-15-2007, 10:42 PM   #2
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Default Re: hi and need help. blowing fuse

You might want to go back and check to make sure that you didn't get a wire pinched when you dropped the motor back in. If you did, disconnecting them at the starter won't accually keep you from blowing a fuse. As the problem will be before the starter. If all the wires are clear, try disconnecting alternator wires, I've had it blow ign fuses on other vehicles (non-saturn).
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