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My 1994 jeep grand cherokee 5.2 v8 wont crank or turn over at all when i turn the key and the radio gets no power either. i have replaced the starter, i went to test my battery and it is fine and i cleaned all the terminals very well. im now thinking maybe the battery cables might be bad or maybe a fuse??

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Check the fuse panel under the hood for the 30,40,50,or60 amp fuses, if one of these are blown replace them and you should be good togo!

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