I bought a 86 Mr2 and they guy who had it last told me they replaced the engine and haven't been able to get it started. Also stated he ran a jumper wire from the diagnostic plug. Thinking to the starter relay. Said he went to start it and the wire burnt up. Now I'm thinking there's a missing ground somewhere. The starter dose not click when I turn the key. Losing power somewhere. So how many grounds should there be and where about should I found them? I'll look at it tomorrow. Just ran through it today. Any other suggestions are welcome.
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