Question about 1995 Suzuki Sidekick
No lights no nothing,
There is usually a master fuse that is in the power distribution center on the driver's side under the hood. There are usually 2 big battery cables and this master fuse that is between them. It has a very high amperage. I would use a voltage tester to see if that fuse is blown or not. Then I would start looking for blown fuses. Also, some cars have a fuse called a "fusable link". This is basically a fuse that is built into the wire. So instead of a wire getting hot and melting it "pops" kind of like a fuse. I would go thru with a continuity meter and check all of my major battery cables.
Posted on Feb 04, 2009
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