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No power at all when battery is connected. - 1993 GMC Jimmy

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  • reddragon5 Oct 05, 2010

    I will check this and get back with you in a couple hours if that's ok.

  • reddragon5 Oct 05, 2010

    I have checked all wires and nothing same to be loose are corroded. I checked battery cables and terminals all is good.

  • reddragon5 Oct 05, 2010

    I have not had any luck getting power on my vehicle. Do you have anymore suggestions for me.

  • reddragon5 Oct 08, 2010

    unable to find fuse box can it be located somewhere else on this vehicle?

  • reddragon5 Oct 08, 2010

    Can you send me the timing diagram and instruction for this vehicle. 93 gmc jimmy 4.3 engine. I need to time my distributor so if you have a diagram for this I would appreciate the help.

  • reddragon5 Oct 08, 2010

    Yes please do that for me. My email is listed below.
    Thanks

    reddragon5@att.net.

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If nothing at all comes on,your ground wire could be very corroded or disconnected from the frame connection.First examine the connection on the battery.A little corrosion in the right spot will cause no power.If that isn't it,trace the negative cable as far back as possible.If you can,check the whole length of the wire to the frame.It should not be very far back.If this is not the problem,please reply back and i will get an autolink to your post and will replay ASAP.Good luck! Greg

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  • Greg McCarthy Oct 05, 2010

    You betcha.I have a couple of errand s but will check back ASAP.Greg

  • Greg McCarthy Oct 05, 2010

    There is a fuse box under the hood which is called a power distribution box.It is easily accessible on top of the engine,off to either side.They may or may not be labeled.Check some of the higher amp rated ones.They should be in line with the battery system.If you have trouble determining if a fuse is good let me know.I only have free long distance after 9PM EST,but if you have a home phone with free,perhaps you could call me.It is kind of hard to describe and we would end up emailing back and forth forever but a phone call would be very easy to check results and go to the next step.

  • Greg McCarthy Oct 08, 2010

    There is a fuse box within the car and one under the hood.The one under the hood simply looks like a black plastic useless box and is common to most cars,however,it is for the very high power systems which break down into the lower fusebox within the car.If you're not sure what you're looking for,you may not even notice it.Your best bet to find it is to call a GMC Jimmy dealer and the will give you a better description and location better than I because different makers have different ways of doing things but is normally near the very top,probably near the battery and the top snaps off,but be a little careful as to not break the snaps.They should not but plastic will be plastic.Good luck! Greg

  • Greg McCarthy Oct 08, 2010

    Sorry but diagrams of this sort are not free downloads due to patent rules.Also,models from this year should no longer have distributors but should have an ignition pack/coil which makes it unnecessary to line up the connectors like in the old days.If you have an email,I could send you a picture of what mine looks like so you have a general idea of what to look at.It looks like a part which appears to really have no function and is hard to describe but contains larger than normal fuses.Greg

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