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The battery will not charge and the dash instrument cluster will not work. we have checked all the fuses and none of them are blown. its a 2005 ford f550

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It sounds like you have a fuseable link that has melted... Check down by the starter... There may be another connector and main power terminal in the left side of the engine compartment but remember when you look inside the engine compartment it will be on your right....

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1999 ford f-550 started, drove about 1/2 mile,stalled and now wont start. I have no panel lights when key turns on igniton switch and strong cranking,,,,but truck wont start.
all other electric works fine but truck wont start.

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