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Is there a fuse and will it cause truck not to start

It will start with jump

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Some suggestions, (1) check your ground cable connection from the battery to the frame; (2) check the starter or replace the starter.

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After having had to jump start the battery, the camera and radio don't work. How do you reset it or check to see if something got disconnected when jumped.?


Normally jump starting doesn't involve disconnecting anything. You put the leads from a good battery onto the terminals of the bad battery and start the vehicle. I hope you didn't put the good battery on, start the vehicle and remove the battery with the engine still running and connect the old one? That is a recipe to cause electrical damage as the charge from the alternator has nowhere to dissipate its excess amps.

Check your fuses.

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This video is on a 2008 Chevy Equinox SUV, but may be very similar to other Chevy vehicles. On many occasions, I have heard about a problem that can
be experienced while connecting jumper cables to jump-start a vehicle. If the
negative cable is connected to a bolt on the fuse panel near the positive bolt
that IS located on the fuse panel will cause the 80 amp fuse to blow. The neg
jumper cable should ONLY be attached to a good ground somewhere on the
chassis itself. Ref. to the video.

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1998 S70 Volvo had to jump started it. And put


In this situation I would check the starter motor solenoid, you are lucky the ECU did not fry cause it would cost more than the car is worth. Starter motor is not that expensive, also check all main relays and fuses. Check the wiring as well. If all fine the ignition coil and ignition barrell would be last. If it is possible plug a computer and run diagnostics too.

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I have a 2007 mk 7 ford transit chassis cab. 2.4


Sounds like you may have incorrectly connected the leads to start your vehicle and caused a surge of power through the electrical system. Most vehicles also have fuses in the engine bay so have a search and you may get lucky otherwise it maybe a task for a auto electrician

Aug 30, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

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RECENTLY HAD MY CAR JUMPED BECAUSE I LEFT THE HEADLIGHTS ON. NOW MY RADIO ISN'T WORKING. DID I FRY THE RADIO AND COULD A REPLACEMENT RADIO FIX THIS OR COULD THIS ALSO BE AFFECTED BY THE WIRING?


When jumping, or anything else electrical on a vehicle, always connect negative LAST. You could have fried the fuse or the radio. Check fuse first. On newer vehicles jumping is dangerous and can cause system failure.

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Our 2002 alero won't turn over /start with key but starts by jumping. Test shows battery and fuses OK


Look for a light that says SECURITY or ANTITHEFT on the dash. This light could cause this problem. Explained on this link.

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Put new battery in car still wont turn over tried to jump would not jump


Does it crank when you try to start it? If not, it probably is your starter. I would check that. Make sure you check all your fuses. A blown fuse can cause your car to not start as well. Make sure all your wires are connected around the battery. You need to make sure no wires are tore or ripped. I hope this helps.

Feb 04, 2011 | 2000 Oldsmobile Intrigue

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At odd times the car will not start after replacing the fuses with the same fuses it will start. this has happened a number of times. Or a jump will sometimes work but not all times.


your fuses are dirty and arent making good connection, when you pull them out and put them back in you create a temporary clean area for connection....When you jump your car it helps force current through the film that is causing the issue. you can clean your fuses with a pencil eraser, and use electrical cleaner spray (its non conductive) for the fuse box. Good luck and have a great day

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My car cranks but dont start


you need to make sure its gettin spark and fuel and compression start from thare also plug a scan tool into it so see if all the sensors are working possibley ecu could be fried

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