2001 tracker v6 gassed up at station, then car will not start, found blown fuse in under hood box. replaced fuse tried to start and fuse blows. towed home changed starter and blew new fuse.

Asked by Oct 10, 2016 at 04:46 PM about the 2001 Chevrolet Tracker ZR2 4WD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

have not been able yet to identify wich circuit is this fuse protecting.
it's the front left 15 amp fuse.

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Post the fuse number, they should all be numbered, or a key should be affixed to the fuse box cover

I even went to NAPA and bought a manual. the manual says that there is a legend on the cover. Alas and alak it is not so, therefore I have no good answer for you. :-(

So truly I do not even know if this fuse has anything to do with my starting problem. It may be to a window motor or who knows what, that just blows when I turn on the key. It may have been pre-existing. As stated above I drove to a gas station, filled up, and now nothing happens when I try to start it.Towed it home and changed out the starter. Still wont start.

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