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Replaced battery started to turn over but than loss all electrical power

Replaced battery in Nissan Xterra. starts but no power when pressing gas pedal.

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Clean the battery cables with a cable cleaner and wire brush.

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SOURCE: 2001 chevy monte carlo power loss

change fuel grade.if that dont do it. i reccamend a tune up

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starter possibly going bad

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Hi, check the fuse box for a blown fuse in the radio slot. sometimes during jumps, this fuse will blow.

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