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2005 honda civic, suddenly no power to anything

Replaced battery but still no power to anything electrical. Is there a main fuse or is gnd cable bad?

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  • WoodRhino May 22, 2009

    I have this same problem. 2005 honda civic car would sometimes not start and one morning no power at all, tried to jump, still nothing. Took the battery to local shop, failed the test, so i replaced it. now still no power. help please.

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    vitaforall May 11, 2010

    check the main fuses in the under the hood fuse box.

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Yes, there is a main fuse. It is located in the fuse box under the hood.

A faulty ground wire could also cause this.

Checking the continuity on each one separately (with the circuit deenergized) would be my first check.

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