Question about 2000 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
There are fusible links that are inline on your truck. they are under the hood and either up close to the battery, or down by the starter, its possible that you shorted one of them, since you say nothng happens under the hood. but from the information you provided, im almost sure you should have DISCONNECTED the battery before you EVER do any work where there are wires in the area. but perhaps you didnt know that. check your fuse box. if you still have problems check your fuse box again. then check the fuse box again. the only reason i say that , is because you replaced the ac compressor, and probably blew a fuse, sometimes the fuse looks good, but is blown in a spot thats hard to see. check the fuses that say 15-20-or higher, and move them around, take a 20 amp fuse and switch it with another on in the box with the same value. then try cranking it. its possible you'll find the bad fuse.
Posted on Jul 31, 2010
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