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The engine cuts out while driving. It has done this several times at speeds ranging from 30mph to 50mph. The car usually starts straight away but recently has taken several attempts to restart. A fault finding diagnostic has recorded no faults. What could be the problem?
- Clogged fuel filter
- Contaminated Fuel
I recommend trying a different fuel station on your next fill up. Continue to drive until fault code appears.
I need assistance finding where a positive cable on the wiring harness connects to.
Starting system positive cables
One positive battery cable connects from the battery to the starter relay and the other to the starter motor. Of course if you have two batteries there is one that connects the two. See diagram below.
Alternator system positive cables
There are positive cables that come from the starter relay. They connect to the alternator and the fuse box. These cables contain fusible links. See diagram below.