I pulled a ******** moved and boosted the battery backwards. now the car seems " dead" no dash lights etc, even when boosted or new battery the car will no show life,. . any Ideas what I may have done?
Its a part under the hood that you can bypass. its like a fuse. its on the passengers side by the shock tower in a box with stickers on the top remove the one that the cover says it "BAT"(should be black and grey) buy a new one or bypass it(Y)
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You blew a fuse. Im guessing most likely culprit is a fusible link. try both sides of fusible links found by your battery. both sides should show your approximate battery voltage. check all fuses especially ones that show power regardless of the ignition switch being on or off.
Sounds like you had a weak battery,and now it's a dead battery. Go get you're charging system checked. Auto Zone does if for free. Could be an alternator too but it most likely your battery. And they'll put in your new battery for ya too. FREE!
What did you wire the neon's to? Obviously whatever you wired it to overloaded the circuit and popped the fuses. Check you fuse box on the inside of the car. You should wire the neon's power directly to the battery. Don't forget the fuse shortly after the battery!
The car seems to have functioning parts but it is probably a wiring issue - have you done a heater core replacement or anything under the dash/hood in a while (other than "tapping on the starter" <-- which you shouldnt do by the way)
what year is it??
if it is a 1990 the car has a plug undone under the driver side steering column on the "security" and "ignition" wiring circuit - read your FSM (factory service manual) and diagnose the problem. it is definately a short somewhere!
I had the same problemon my 87 model z. If you are looking at the front of the car THe battery Should be one the left. Just below the battery there is a little black box with some diferent colored wires in it. The one closest the the front of the car(SHOULD BE GREEN) is called a fusible link. You cant tell if its melted by the naked eye most likely, but if you pull on that wire i guarantee that its burnt. Touch the two burnt ends back together and vialah, everything cuts back on. Make sure your battery wasnt installed backwards. That was the reason mine blew.