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Nothing on the dash board works

1987 nissan pulsar.just replaced alternater and now the head lights,heater,cd player,etc. do not work.cant find a loose connection and fuses seem to be fine.

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Have a look at the main wire that comes from the battery, sometimes they run from the battery to a conector that corodes and then you loose all the power to the fuse box, that same bad conection can cause the alternator not to charge the battery and than you replace the alternator not fixing the route cause

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