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No power to dash board. Battery is new. Some juice in it. Assuming Ignition fuse is blown. Just cant find it. Found the fuse box tho, but does not have ignition fuse marked on it.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It would either be under dash or on side of kick panel, or behind or under glove box. Also under hood in black box on firewall.
If you find the fuse and it is good, than I would check the fusible link that runs off battery and heads to ignition system. The little black fuse inside fusible link can blow while jumping or connecting battery cables backwards.
Posted on Mar 11, 2009
Find the relay making the clicking noise by setting your finger on top lightly, then check map on under side of cover for identification.
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
SOURCE: 100A battery fuse blown?
They more than likely shorted out your 100a link fuse by grounding out your alt cable while replacing it. Sounds like they didn't disconnect the battery before hand. Your car has an idle program which it re-learns every time you lose power, or in your case, turn off the switch. You need to replace this fuse or your car will not charge.
Posted on Aug 20, 2010
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