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No power to accessories turns over fine on key but no lights horn radio no power anywhere but starter. i did engine swap from 4.3 setup to 350 turbo 350 trans

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Double check the junction box in the engine compartment.

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check the battery conections for tightness then check continuaty to starter motor.. if power is getting to starter , could be starter. however if any of the dash lights go dim when turning key , suspect the battery.

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No power to accessories turns over fine on key but no lights, horn, radio no power anywhere but starter. i did engine swap from 4.3 setup to 350 turbo 350 trans


Check for power at the fuses, dont just check the fuses but touch the terminals in the fuse box with a test light or volt meter and see if there is power. I would guess you will find no power at the terminals in which case go back to the starter. There are fusible links that come off the starter and you may have forgotten to hook one up or one may have burnt open. You will probably have to pierce the insulation to check the link on each side of the black in line fuse. If you find one blown REPLACE IT WITH ANOTHER FUSIBLE LINK! Dont just hook it up to the starter without one. It is designed to protect the power feed circuit. Also if you do find one blown you gotta ask yourself why? Is there a wire pinched. Good luck!

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Have the starter checked out. A faulty starter will mimic a bad battery or bad alternator in that it will start the car/truck fine when it's cold but when it gets hot, will act like there's no power. The lights horn,radio will work but won't start because the starter is hot and requires more power to function. Best of luck.
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