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1994 Buick Century, V6 - Total loss of electrical power

I started the car the car and when I turned on the lights, the car died and was unable to restart the car or operate anything electrical. I checked the fuse box inside the car, but all fuses are good. I could not find a fuse box in the engine.

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    Check battery charge. if dead charge it. then start car and check voltage. alternator may be bad

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Ck your batterie it should be reading 12 volt dc then your batterie terminals ck for cracks acide build up and corrosions ck the ground cable for proper connection to the engine first then to the engine. if your batterie is not at 12 volt dc then you probabily have an alternator problem have it ck from a nearest parts store nicoas

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