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The maintenance man jumped my car w/his golf cart and fried my car. i managed to bypass the factory alarm but i cant keep a main fuse in the bos under the hood for the power windows,air bag etc. there was smoke coming from behind the radio but it did not last. I sthere a module or a fuse or circuit breaker behind there?

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Sounds like you burnt off your ground wire from your frame to your engine

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