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Where do I find the battery fuse - 1996 Honda Accord

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The main fuseable link is located in the engine comp. it should be green and about 1/2 inch square and will have to be removed with a, I think a 10 mm socket

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Have you checked your fuses ? There is a 10 amp fuse in the fuse panel under the hood of the vehcile in the engine compartment. Below is a fuse layout diagrm for that fuse panel. I have marked the fuse you want to check if you haven't already (# 26). If the fuse is good make sure you are getting power at the main big wire attched to the alternator. You should have the same amout of power at that connector at the alternator as you do in the battery itself. That is a direct wire going to the battery but it does have a fuse link in that wire so if no battery power there you will need to locate that fuse link and replace it. Sorry I don't have a picture of the location of the fuse link. Hope it's just a simple fuse or fuse link and I hope I was able to help....

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Hello! You'll need a multimeter set on the 50 volts dc scale. Pull the 10A fuse for ECM/IGN...Check for battery on the feed side of the fuse with the key on. If you read 12 vdc then battery is present at the fuse block. If battery is present at the block...carefully pull one fuse at a time and, rather than seeing if it's blown, check fuses with a meter. Set the meter on the X10 ohm scale. With battery at the block; Fuses are blown at the inside block.

If there is no battery coming to the fuse block inside the car; Go under the hood and check the fuses in the main fuse block. Check in the same fashion that was explained earlier.

I believe that the high amperage fuses, as in 60 or 80 amps that feed the ignition and supply battery to the inside fuse block are blown.

Also check for battery at the starter motor. This is a direct supply from +post on the battery itself. If no battery is present there may
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