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Engine will not turn over. No electrical power anywhere. Battery is good.Checked all fuses.

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Sounds like a ground or positive cable loss connection , start at battery and hook jumper cables to the - neg batt post and to the body or frame. grab + positive cable and check all connections at battery down to starter.

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