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Replaced battery in 1993 jeep wrangler. It has no power at all...

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  • Tammy Williams
    Tammy Williams May 01, 2015

    Yes no lights or anything comes on

  • David Harrelson
    David Harrelson May 01, 2015

    Check for power passing thru fusible links. These are usually connected at the starter big bolt which has the battery cable + connected to it also.

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Do you mean that even with new battery you have no electrics to anything? Lights? Radio? If true, either your battery connections are terrible, or you have blown fusible links.

Posted on May 01, 2015

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I replaced the battery.
so if its charged,
that means you have blown fuses.
the key fuse would be in the engine bay PDC box.

12vdc on each side of each fuse. wins
got a volt meter, as guessing would be , hard, no?

Posted on May 02, 2015

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