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No power to heater starter or radio

A fuse in the power distribution box controlling the power seats was pulled and put back in while the battery was connected it zapped when it went back in that fuse is not blown but now all I got is head lights

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Could have surge and blown smaller fuses

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1998 Cavalier--I have no brake lights flashers,radio, AC/heater,or head lights. There are dash lights and the car will crank but not turn over. No blown fuses, changed all the relay fuses.


Check the starter connections for a corroded/blown fusible link.Pull on the wires attached there and if one pulls apart easily,it's defective.

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2001 Chevy blazer came out one day and it was dinging as if my key was in it got it to start with a jump shut it off took battery out and charged it put it back in when I turn the key I get NOTHING!


Check power an grounds for ignition switch , voltage drop test the starter circuit . Go to youtube an check out videos on basic electrical trouble shooting , voltage drop testing ,how to read a wiring diagram .Then go here http://www.bbbind.com/free_tsb.html free wiring diagram ! Look at power distribution under electrical distribution . Check main fuse's Maxi fuse's that power the ignition switch ,IGN.C fuse 20amp in underhood fuse box ,then check crank fuse 10amp in same fuse box .Check the starter relay in the under hood fuse box . Check the circuit form ignition switch to the starter relay , pull the relay out an look on the bottom you should see 4 set's of numbers 30 - 87 - 85 - 86 . Pin 30 or 87 should have battery voltage ,one or the other ,not both . if you jump those two at the base (where it plugs in ) not the relay pins . It should crank the engine ( if starter is good an there are no opens in the circuit ) Pin's 85 an 86 are the control side of the relay ! You may want to check out videos on how a relay works also > Good luck hope this helps

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You could check the big fuses in the power distribution box which should be under the bonnet near the battery but you havent stated the make or model and year so i couldnt tell you where the big fuse box is

Mar 15, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

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While tinkering with some fuses in the Engine compartment I lost function of the Radio,Sunrrof and Power Windows


sometimes its possible to insert the fuse outside the contacts, check fuses and make sure the go in the contacts properly.

Dec 13, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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Wont start, no headlights, power windows, horn, heater controls, or guages. Taillights work and doorlocks work as do all the interior lights


I think I would suggest checking the fuses again.
There are two cables coming off the positive battery post. You would need to trace those cables to find out which fuses are dead and alive rather than just blown.
I'm showing a 50amp fuse and a starter relay in the power distribution center near the battery along with a dozen or more fuses for other main circuits. One of the circuit bars could be damaged under the fuse box.

Feb 07, 2013 | 2000 Dodge Durango

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Fuse Distribution Block


There are no fuses for the fan or the ABS in the rear fuse box, they are in the underhood fuse box.

Dec 19, 2011 | 2004 GMC Envoy

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I'm not getting power to starter, battery is ok, starter is ok. what could it be?


The hot wire to the starter comes from the starter relay. The relay has for pins numbered 30,85,86 87. 30 should have power at all times, this will put power to 87 when the relay is energized Now 85 is usually ground and 86 is the ignition wire. The ignition wire will be hot when you turn the key to the start position. Also in the fuse box the is a crank fuse 10amp. you will need to check this. You have one fuse/relay box under the hood and one under the back seat. I believe the fuse you are hunting for is under the seat. The seats come out one of two ways. first you has to push back on the front of the seat while pulling up where the passenger sits on both sides. Yours may have a latch on both side same place. check this out and let me knowIf you think the relay may be bad, just swap it with another one in the relay box. Of course replace it if it is.Randy

Jul 25, 2011 | 2003 Cadillac CTS

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I have a S 4.0, car has been sitting in garage for 1 year. New battery installed but only drivers side window, and power seats work. No crank, no lights, wipers or any other acc's. I have checked the...


Look in your owner manual for the 3 fuse box locations. It is similar to our Lincoln LS.

From LS owner manual.

There is a 175 amp mega fuse in the wire harness near the luggage compartment fuse box. In circuit with Red/Blue wire.
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Front power distribution box

The front power distribution box is

located in the engine compartment.

The power distribution box contains

high-current fuses that protect your

vehicle's main electrical systems
from overloads.
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Passenger compartment fuse panel

The fuse panel is located on the right hand side kick panel. Remove the

panel cover to access the fuses.

To remove a fuse use the fuse puller tool provided on the fuse panel

cover.

---------------------------------

Rear power distribution box

The rear power distribution box is

located in the luggage compartment

under the spare tire well cover. The

power distribution box contains

high-current fuses that protect your

vehicle's main electrical systems
from overloads.

Jun 08, 2011 | 2000 Jaguar S-Type

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2000 ford explorer, fuse box don't show me what fuses are for


There are two fuse boxes. A baqttery junction box under the hood on the drivers side and one inside on drivers side. Good luck.


Fuse/Relay

Location

Fuse Amp

Rating

Power Distribution Box

Description

1 60A** I/P Fuse Panel

2 40A** Blower Motor Relay

3 50A** 4 Wheel Anti-Lock Brake System

(4WABS) Module

4 30A** Power Windows, Power Moon

Roof, Power Seat

5 50A** Ignition Switch, Starter Relay

6 20A** Transfer Case Relay

7 - Not Used

8 20A** Air Suspension

9 40A** Air Suspension

10 30A** PCM Power Relay

1 10A* A/C Relay

2 30A* Heated Seats

3 30A* Heated Backlight

4 15A* Fog Lamps and Daytime Running

Lamps

5 4 3 2 1

10 9 8 7 6

12 11 10 9

8 7 6 5

4 3 2 1

15 14 13

2 1 1

9

6

10

8

7

5

4

1

3 2

175

MEGAFUSE

Roadside emergencies

197

Fuse/Relay

Location

Fuse Amp

Rating

Power Distribution Box

Description

5 - Not Used

6 10A* Powertrain Control Module

7 30A* 4 Wheel Anti-Lock System

(4WABS) Module

8 15A* Rear Wiper Motor

9 20A* Fuel Pump Relay and RAP

Module

10 15A* Horn Relay

11 15A* Parklamps Relay and Mainlight

Switch

12 30A* Mainlight Switch and

Multifunction Switch

13 15A* Heated Oxygen Sensor, EGR

Vacuum Regulator, EVR Solenoid,

Camshaft Position (CMP) Sensor,

Canister Vent Solenoid

14 30A* Generator/Voltage Regulator

15 - Not Used

1 - Wiper Park Relay

2 - A/C Relay

3 - Wiper High/Low Relay

4 - PCM Power Relay

5 - Fuel Pump Relay

6 - Starter Relay

7 - Horn Relay

8 - Rear Wipe Down Relay

9 - Blower Motor Relay

10 - Rear Wipe Up Relay

1 - Not Used

1 - DRL Diode
2 - Electronic Engine Controls Diode

Apr 06, 2011 | 2000 Ford Explorer

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Here we go. Battery is dieing, had the battery checked it's good, had the alternator checked it's good, had the starter checked he said the solenoid bad, replaced starter. Still have the problem. Checked...


RAP stands for Retained Accessory Power. It is the circuit responsible for powering accessories when the key is off. Sounds like something is staying on that shouldn't. Hard to say what though with the information here. if this started happening right after you put in the new radio i would check into that. otherwise start checking accessories like power mirrors,seats, locks and see it something is staying on that shouldnt. i good one to check would be the glove box light or the light under the hood. you can unplug them and then test your draw to see if thats where is was.

Mar 28, 2009 | 1999 Chevrolet Silverado 2500

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