Not if it is a slow-blow fuse. If the starter motor is rated for 60 Amps... and you put a 60 amp slow-blow fuse on the line, you should be okay, since the in-rush current duration is so short, it won't generally cause the fuse to blow.
Originally Posted by Idiens
I think the question was about the fuse size. If you put a 50 amp fuse on a starter motor cable, expect it to blow.
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