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93 Honda Civic Ex will not start.

Daughter tried to jump start her car but reverse the jumper cables. The battery has been replaced but there is no power to the starting syatem. Is there a fuse or link in the starting system we can check.

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There is i fuse box under the hood , the one fuse for battery is held down by two screws, might be white in color a replacement should cost around five buck. more than sure thats the problem.

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