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Battery is connected,battery is charged,has no power to anything,no lights no horn.

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Check the battery connections at the battery, and the starter, and the ground. Use a test light to see if you have power to the starter. If you don't, you may have blown a fusable link in your battery cable. JUst keep checking down the cable with your test light. If you have power on one side of the fusable link, and not the other, it's toast. Replace cable.

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