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No power to ignition,power to everything else.is there a fusable link?

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Check up next to the positive terminal on battery ,i ve seen several of these get corrosion in the conectors

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I replaced the ignition switch and all the fuzes I could find but still don't get power to ignition or dash.


did you check your battery wires. not sure what you have for a car or year. the power wires have fusable links that are part of the wires. more information is needed. like do you have power to the starter. is there a power block that feeds the power to everything. having the make model and year would help some

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There are none. It uses maxi fuses, not fusible links. Here are the two fuses to check that supply power to the ignition switch: fuse 41, an 80 amp battery fuse, and fuse 42, a 40 amp IG1 fuse (ignition 1).

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Might be your ignition switch, or a fusable link from you battery. The switch makes more sense but i have no idea why it would screw up while you were driving. Usuall y that happens when you're starting it or shutting it off.

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When a fusable link burns, it is an indication of a dead short to ground. With that said you have to find the short to repair the problem. This can be tedious and time consuming. A wiring diagram for that circut will be an asset. Wish you success in finding the problem. PS Has the radio been replaced lately? I will check back on the 14th.

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There is a few fusable links that power that stuff. Did the fuses blow or they no longer have power to them. If the fusable link doesnt blow and there is a short then it will take out all your fuses. I had a fuseable link go and it killed everything.

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I would check with vom voltage at battery terminals and at starter to ground. Is possible could be a fuse or fusable link but I think the positive goes straight to starter and power distribution fuse or fusable link

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