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I have a 2000 Mercury Sable wagon the air conditioner, radio antenna,dash lights and windows do not work. all went out at the same time. what is the problem? could it be a fuse or breaker?


Those are all different circuits, all unrelated, so it definitely is not a circuit breaker which is common to stand-alone circuits, like the power windows which does use a circuit breaker.
I believe it could be a maxi-fuse, one of those large fuses underneath the hood, which act as power distributors going out to many individual circuits. Your ignition switch has one or two of these maxi-fuses that distribute power through the ignition switch. And I believe there may be a maxi-fuse that sends power to the fuse panel.
So check all your fuses under the hood. Pay particular attention to the maxi-fuses. Beyond that, I don't know. A voltmeter or test light would be helpful to check for power at the fuse panel where all the fuses for your inoperable systems are located. With key in the ON position, all the fuses in your fuse panel should have power going to them. The fuse panel is where the fuses for those systems are located, including the circuit breaker for the power windows.

Apr 28, 2017 | Mercury Cars & Trucks

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Circuit breaker


Check you fusible links and circuit breakers. Not sure how you put the alternator on but you must disconnect the battery while hooking up the alternator.If you connected it wrong or arced it against something then its possible you popped a fusible link. Use a test light and test on both sides of your fusible links. Try that and see if it helps.

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Put a new starter on 2005 impala go to start car now it wont crank over its a new starter battery is new windows wind down radio works just wont crank


first i would recheck all conections and make sure all on right even on the starter senoid / and on most cars thier is a starter relay and fuse wich should be in the fuse panel box under the hood should have some very large maxi fuses and smaller ones starter fuse should be a maxi fuse which is the larger ones if u have the owners manual for this car it will help locate this fuse quicker good luck

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Large fuses under hood of 98 Pontiac Grand Am. How do you remove and replace them?


They are called Maxi fuses. they just pull out. I use a needle nose pliers. Any parts store will have them.

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Battery hooked up backward will not start, lights won't come on. 1992 Acura legend


check large maxi fuse, should be in the under hood relay center. also check for burnt fusible link in small wire coming from the battery I think there might also be one it the back of the starter in a smaller wire hooked to the large post.....GOOD LUCK

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Changed alternater on 1990 mercury marquis and the wiper and headlights stop working


  1. in the proccess of replacement you may have grounded the hot lead accidentally
  2. there should be very large fuses ( called maxi Fuses)
  3. check fuses

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Where is the fuse for ac/heat or blower


Fuse 13 in rectangular fuse box under the hood, 50amp MAXI-fuse (large bladed fuses).

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Could you please tell me where the fuse for the radiator fan is located on a 2001 Saturn coupe?


this is a large maxi fuse located under hood in a black plastic fuse and relay junction box,drivers side behind battery.

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1995 Chevy Blazer will not start


After you replaced the starter did it start? Check that you connectd all of the wires to the starter properly, make sure that they are secure and not corroded, double check that the starter is in correctly and not on a bit of an angle causing it to bind. Then check that all of the fuses are good and that the maxi fuses ( large fuses ) located under the hood are in good condition. also chek any relays that may be in the same fuse pannel as the maxi fuses.

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