Okay, so my positive lead from the battery to my amps touched the chassis of the car, and burned out the fuse while I was on a delivery. Stupid me didn't secure the amp to the car. I got back to Domino's, shut off the car, and tried to start it back up again for another delivery. It started, but it took 2 tries, and it didn't sound right. I went on the delivery without shutting off the car, came back, and had to start it up again. When I turned the key, the accesories came on, but when I tried to start it, nothing happened. The second time I turned the key, the accessories didn't come on, and still wouldn't start. (of course) Soo, I'm going back with a multimeter to try and see if I can figure out what's wrong. Could it be the ignition, or the starter? This sucks. Please help me out.
i got it running. i disconnected and reconnected the battery. that got the accessories back up. Then I tapped on the starter with a socket wrench. BAM! It started right up. So tomorrow morning I gotta get a new starter from Advance. Thanks for the help, Publius
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