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I have no power to anything including lights and ignition even though battery fully charged and cables appear good.

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  • campbellgord Jan 08, 2009

    I've already tested the battery (14 volts) and the cables. Is there a relay or fuse that could interupt the entire system like this?

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Well the first thing i would do is take the battery out and have it tested if its good then make sure cables are clean and should be torqued to 10 foot pounds

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  • work4it1 Jan 08, 2009

    So does the car run on no ?

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