Q: starter problems on 1999 Chrysler Cirrus

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i drove my car one day and an hour after parking it wouldn't start. The fuel ignition starter 20amp fuse was blown. We replaced the fuse and tried starting it again, the fuse blew again. We replaced it again and turned the car on and the light inside the car along with the radio came on but as soon as we engaged the started it would click, everything in the car wouln't work and the fuse was blown again. We took the starter off and took it to advanced auto, they told us the starter was in normal range but they were testing it without load. I'm not sure what to do now.
(1) Answer
It seems you have an electrical problem maybe a shorted wire somewhere i would try to get this check out or you can check it yourself just follow the lines that come in to the fuse that is being blown