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I drained my battery by leaving the lights on. I

I drained my battery by leaving the lights on. I attempted to jump the battery, but i reversed the positive and negative. I think i blew a fuse. What should i do.I have no power the interior lights don't even come on when i open the door.

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Yea probly a fuze.

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