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Short in wiring

Discussion in 'Electrical Wiring / Questions' started by Lj9135, Jan 23, 2019.

  1. Lj9135

    Lj9135 New Member

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    Hi guys I have a short in my car and im also getting no spark what so ever I've tried replacing Cabo angle sensor and also have checked all coils but still getting no spark I then got a fuse tester and tested all the fuses and found the shorting fuse which turn the test light off, I don't have a fuse cover with the writing on it to tell me what the fuse is but it's a 60 amp and I'm guessing engine? Any ideas would be greatly appreciated! Yes the engine winds over but it's mainly no spark if anyone could please give me some ideas
    Update: the fuses shorting is main f/l and engine I'm sure
     
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    You didn't say whether you tried replacing the fusible link and it blew again or not. If you haven't, try that first.
    It definitely won't start with that f/l blown.
     

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