a wire from inside my rpm guage disconnected and smoked the wires all the way under my hood my car wont start , how do it fix it lol

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Asked by Apr 30, 2009 at 10:14 PM about the Ford Mustang

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

i need to know how and wht to replace i dont have a better pic then this at the moment but is there any way to start it to get it to the shop for repairs?

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i dont see a picture but i would say check your engine fuse box, and look at a wiring diagram of the starting system. i had a battery explode in my mustang not to long ago and i did alot of that sort of work.

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i would think of having it towed to the shop before any further damage is done. you are dealing with electrical system and that's not something to play or guess with.

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