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1997 Suzuki Carry Truck

Battery is good, no power from battery to anything else and of course will not start either. Thinking we have a bad connection or blown fuse we cannot find. We need a book to research the problemk, an owners manual or parts manual...in english. Any ideas?

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Try your fusible link!

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