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95 eclipse GS losing power

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Old 10-15-2010, 07:03 PM
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Question 95 eclipse GS losing power

Hi guys! I really need some help. I Have a 1995 GS Eclipse, that keeps dying.

We we're driving on a highway and the car lost all power, but BEFORE the car died, it revved itself up. ( I've heard many times that this is odd, but it happened and that's all I can really say. ) After popping the hood, we saw the motor fuse had been blew.

We replaced the alternator thinking it may have been the problem. The car started- then we left it run for a little to see if it would shut off. It didn't, so we planned to pull the car into the driveway. As we we're moving the car, it shut off again. All accessories we're still on, the car just died. The battery light DID come on, but this is the first time it's done this, ( IT HADN'T PREVIOUSLY COME ON BEFORE THIS. ) and now we plan to replace that as well. Also, the 30 AMP engine fuse had been blown again. Let me know if you guys have any ideas! Thanks!
 
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Old 10-19-2010, 07:46 PM
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Default 95 eclipse gs

sounds like u may have a short somewhere. check all ur cables goin to the starter, the battery and the fuse box. make sure nothing is melted, or touching a grounding point on the car
 
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