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No power of any kind after tried to jump-start engine

Car not driven for two weeks - did not start. Tried to jump-start the engine but then I have lost power completely to any system. Checked the "transparent" fuses inside and under the hood - they seem fine. Where else to look? Please...

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  • emyll Nov 10, 2008

    Thanks jgrady335. Found a service manual online and all pointed to the 120A battery fuse. However, after a couple of hours it just started working again (was heated or something?). Gave up on the cheap jump starter and ran to Walmart for a new EverStart Maxx 24FN battery (a CR best buy) - and started at the first key.

    The other problem remains - a small but continous power leak with the car, I'll keep an eye on it...

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No power at all check battery cabes and connection, check main power fuses with a meter. break may not be appearent. Think back you didnt by chance hook up cables backwards did you, important to know. all power goes through the main fuse block under the hood start there.

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  • John Grady Nov 10, 2008

    When the car is off and the key out of the ignition only a few items draw power and only very little. the radio the ECU clock trans computer (if equipt). with a meter you can start at the bigger fuses under the hood. check the amprage being drawn through each fuse. remember to leave all doors shut, no key in ign. and to pull the bulb from the under hood lamp. when ever you open a door or trunck a light comes on and draws power. Good luck its time consuming but eventually you will get there.

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