My 67 Camaro rs has an inline fuse on the firewall going to the starter solenoid. The fuse keeps blowing at random times. I cannot find it on any wiring diagram.

Asked by Aug 19, 2012 at 04:52 PM about the 1967 Chevrolet Camaro

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

wiring harness that goes across the firewall - inline fuse holder is closer to the passenger side. I do not know if car was wired properly before I got it. I have tried to change as little as possible. It ran fine before I pulled and rebuilt the engine. Now that the engine is in, the car may run for 15 minutes or 5 seconds, every time it dies the fuse is blown. replace the fuse and it starts right back up. Any help?

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i have never seen an inline fuse going to the starter, the wire itself should be a fusable link that connects to the starter. i would get a wiring diagram and see for sure what's going on , that wire should only have power when the key is turned to start after that there should be no power there. you might have it on the wrong terminal on the starter.

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