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Battery is fulling charge, altantor is new, but have no power what could be wrong

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Check battery terminal posts are clean and firmly attached,
Check +12v supply fusible link (and/or in line maxi fuse) is not blown,
Check battery ground and chassis ground connections are in good order.

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