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How would I start to find it.
After taking a picture or making a diagram, take the fuses out. All circuits tie together at the source of power, removing the fuses will isolate them. Then use a multimeter to check each circuit for continuity to ground. When you find the circuit that is grounded, follow it down to it's load[s] and go from there. Divide and conquer!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It would appear that some device that is belt driven is stalled. Find the pulley that doesn't want to turn. If they all turn (except the crank shaft of course) replace the belt and see what happens. If you do find a pulley that will not turn, you will have to repair what ever it it --- water pump - alternator- A/C - air pump - power steering or other device.
Posted on Mar 11, 2010
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