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Wont crank 1992 gt-s new battery. headlights, horn and 4way hazard lights work. when key is on the "on" position i do not get any indicator lights, clicks from starter or anything else

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  • jrmints82 Oct 25, 2008

    i am missing the 100amp alt fuse next to battery



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Have you checked the fuses?  1 fuse panel in the driver side area of the car, and there may be 1 under the hood as well (usually near the battery).

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  • Dan Ford Oct 25, 2008

    That is likely to be your problem.



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