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Loss of electrical power

I turned off my truck and tried to restart a few minutes later. I heard something pop and then lost all electrical power. In seem to reset a few minutes later but repeated the same symptoms.

It finally quit resetting all together and is now completely dead. I will check fuses but fear it is more than a fuse. The battery in known good! I have no lights, no horn, no aux nothing.

HELP!

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Replace battery and check post. Your popping sound could have been a fuseable link. check the one thats leading to the starter.

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