Question about 2005 Pontiac Grand Prix
If you reconnected the battery and have no power, check the secondary hot wire(smaller) cable for a failed fusable link..this is a wire designed to fail in the event of overload to save an electrical fire in the primary system..this wire is around 6-8 inches long and is of a different material than the copper stuff..also some vehilces are equipted with a main fuse thats bigger than most common fuses..its around 40-50 amp and a couple inches long and mounted in an underhood box not far from thebattery.. check both and repost findings..if in doubt connect a ten amp battery charger in place of the battery and listen for any hum or buzz in the system..a relay may be stuck somewhere...
Posted on Jan 20, 2013
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