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Power There is no electricity getting to anything in my 997 honda passport. It's not a dead battery I tried jumping it.

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Honda's have a main fuse or breaker under the hood, if it goes, the car is dead as a stone, and jumpstarting it will not work.
The fuse is in line with the Positive(red) battery cable, follow it from the battery to each stop at some point yo will find the fuse or breaker. If it is a breaker it will have a reset button, if it is a fuse you will have to replace it. It should be available at any decent auto parts store.

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