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No electrical to anything.

No power to anything, no start. I replaced battery with same results. I can jump it out but it remains dead after I shut it off. Found the fusible link for the battery but cannot remove it to check.

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Where all the fusible links are located is called the IPDM/ER. Which stands for Intelligent Distribution Module/Engine. It sends all the power to the electrical units. They commonly fail and need to be replaced.

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