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Changed battery now no power what fuse would blow and where would

Battery was low wouldnt start so i changed battery and i think i grounded the positive terminal now there is no power at all what fuse and where

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Most gms of that era have fusible links. They are usually near the starter (within 5 or 6 inches)and are tubular and are about a 1/2 inch in length and are integrated into the wire.the easiest way to test them is to obtain a test light and probe the wire through the wire casing on either side of it.If you have power on one side and not the other you have a blown fusable link. You will need to cut out the bad link(s) and solder in a new one.
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