Q: Fuse popping when trying to start

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My car won't start. The starter fuse keeps popping when the ignition is in the start position. I've tried to jump the alternator, air conditioner, and more. It was suggested that I have the CPU reset.

Hello. It appears that you have a serious electrical issue, which could have several causes. First, the starter may be seized, or shorted-out internally. Second, you may have a direct short in the wiring to the starter exciter wire. Both situations will require a qualified technician to diagnose and repair your starting issue.

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