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My 1994 Camaro has lost all electrical power - even the brake lights won't work. Could it be a fusible link?

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Yes but the battery cables as they connect to the battery are more likly. Take them off and scrape them off good and clean do the battery too put it back together, and see what you get a this is the most common causeof a no start and then next is the battery flat laid down and it's truly dead. Sometimes a battery will light thelights and then go all the way dead as the load of the started is added and never recover. Most battries are suspect aftertheir 4 years old even though some last much longer.

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Check under the hood for the main fuse

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