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I changed the battery in my 2002 Chevy Trailblazer last night. Car starts and runs fine, but the majority of the interior electric components are not working. I changed out the battery relay in the fuse box, but nothing changed. Any suggestions?

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Replaced the 125A Mega Fuse ($10 from dealer). The fuse is outside the fuse box under the hood, under the connectors from the battery to the fuse box.

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