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Won't start, no turn over, no lights, nothing

The car was being jump started and the polarities from battery to battery were incorrectly attached. I know, it was dark and we were drinking...is there a main fuse or relay? I checked fuses in fuse box and they were ok.

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  • slimhax Jul 27, 2009

    sorry, its a 98 honda civic

  • ervinator24 May 11, 2010

    What year model is this accord. Some models had a main fuse under the dash on the drivers side

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Check the manual for the location in the underhood fuse box of the 80A battery fuse. None of your car's OEM parts will work with this pulled or blown.

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