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1989 dodge ram 50 2.6l won't start after jumping other day, fuse?

Replaced Battery

Replaced Terminals

Before having it jumped everything always worked fine

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Greetings!

When the battery terminals were replaced, be sure to check that all the wiring was correctly installed. (Pos+ to Pos+ and Neg- to Neg-, etc.)

Sounds like something got missed and the ignition system is not working... be sure to check the main fuses and replace any that are blown.

Cheers, Jay

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