Question about 1986 Isuzu Trooper
I've got a loose connection somewhere between the fire wall and dash that is preventing my trooper from starting.....it will pop start...so i decided to bypass the ignition and put in a start button.....unfortunately i was not patient enough to do this and i tried starting it the way the mechanic did using the starter relay (crossing wires)...now i have no dash or accessories....no power at all anywhere.....did i fry my battery?...or something much worse??
The answer to your question is [no]the first thing you have to do is check your main fuses you will find one is blown you will have to[ replace]and no you did not fry the battery that what the fuse is about,the fuse is located around the battery its quite heavy 40 amps it desined to lock out any high voltage.adrian;;;;
Posted on Nov 14, 2009
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