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My escape keeps throwing starter fuse 30 amp under the hood. I've replaced the ignition switch the s

Meeghan79Meeghan79 Posts: 1
edited July 2019 in Ford

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  • thecardoc3thecardoc3 Posts: 5,257
    That fuse supplies power to the starter relay which then sends that power to the starter solenoid via the Brown/Green wire. You either have that wire damaged and grounding or else the starter solenoid is drawing too much current when you try to start the engine. In the shop I would access that wire and measure the current that is being drawn during multiple starting attempts.
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