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2001 pontiac montana has no power; no lights, won't turn over, battery charged, fuses OK.

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  • jtoes Jul 18, 2009

    Where is the fusable link located? Do you know what it looks like?

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Try the relay & the fusable link thats the main one on the battery

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sounds like a fuse went out have u checked ur fuses


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