Question about Cars & Trucks
Start with the battery and make sure its charged and ok..then go to fuses and look there some vehicles have fuseable link wires in the system that fail due to corrosion and overloading..check all cables connectors and wires for burnt or broken issues.. get a battery charger and connect it to the car if now power anywhere..see if the battery is dead or needs replaced entirel..see if lights work when charger connected..if so battery needs charged or replaced..good luck..repost please thnx
Posted on Jan 17, 2013
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