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My 2004 nissan was cross jumped by mistake and now it wont start at all completely dead.. i bought a new battery and it still doesnt work

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Ok there is a battery cable that hooks to one side of the fuse and the other cable runs to the alternator make sure you disconect the battery cables first ok,its the 80 volts fuse ok let me know what happens.also check your kill switch its in the back or front

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You need to check your fuse you may have blown it

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