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hi mate, the earths new, i replaced it because of my arcing problem, the earth is a duel earch one goes to the body and the other to the engine from the neg terminal, the battery ive checked and its fine fully charged no problems with it, the wires to the starter all seem fine no breaks in them no exposed wires causing a short i just cant work out what the problem is, im just wondering if the ecu has shut something down as a result of the starter blown it self to bits????
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Hiya Paul, if you can provide a reg number I can look into the placement of the starter motor for you. My email is

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