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No power to car replaced battery still no power doesnt start

2003 nissan 350 z repaced battery and now no power. metered battery and leads has power. possible that fuse or relay be problem?

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  • tigerkrh Jan 25, 2009

    checked ground and good



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Chances are you have a bad ground termina.l if its not a good conection you have no power .

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  • ratchethands Jan 25, 2009

    ok ..........if you have a good ground and a good posetive your fuses are all ok you may want to trace the wires to the engine block,fire wall,starter and remove these conections clean and reassemble. i would disconect the ground before doing so. will tracing wires inspect them for damage and corosion



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