Question about Volvo 850
The battery terminals may have been corroded to start with, and sitting off for a day could have made it worse. So wire brush and grease them.
Then remember the engine ground strap you removed has to be reinstalled.
But check the body ground connection as well. It should also be brushed and greased.
Then use a test light to trace where power stops.
The starter it the first junction to check.
There is a main fusible link either in the wire to the fusebox or in the fusebox.
I believe they look like one of them in this link:
Posted on Aug 21, 2010
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