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No power to ignition switch. All fuses good. ASD power splice good. Battery good. Headlights, interior lights, horn, emergency flashers all work. No power to instrument cluster, multifunction switch, radio, ignition switch. Truck simply shut off while driving(found 40amp ignition fuse blown and 5 amp ASD fuse blown). Replaced and have no power and no start since.

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I would say you have a mains problem?any car that blows a 40amp fuse has a big fault.you have a direct short in the alternator/starter/battery area.take a very close look, as this type of fault will show its face pretty quick, check all heavy wires to and from starter/battery,and if satisafied get the alternator checked as it could be the problem.adrian,,,

Posted on Sep 12, 2010

  • hlexrobert Dec 20, 2010

    truck fixed. Problem ended up being a bad instrument cluster.

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* = maxi fuse

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Electrical problem?


it could be the controller of the lights and not the alternator. but in the first place why did your car got low battery?.. maybe the battery is just old.

anyway, try this solution if it would work. you said you already replaced the battery, now remove the positive cable of the battery, tun on the ignition switch, turn on your headlights, and your ac,

now put the positive cable back to the battery, ( blower would run, lights would come on ) then turn off the ignition switch.

tighten the positive terminal and start the car, let me know what happen?


tnx 4 using fixya,

drcool

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