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No power I went to jump start my van and put the positive clamp on the negative and vise versa and now the there is no power coming from the battery. I had it charged overnight and still no power. It blew the efi fuse and i changed it and still no power, except the emer. flashers work? Help

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  • Anonymous Aug 16, 2008

    I have the same problem and it is not the main 50 amp fuse.

  • painteribm Aug 20, 2008

    same problem no power can anyone tell me how to fix this.. thanks



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I have the same problem. There must be something other than the EFI fuse.

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