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2004 Galant Battery Fuse... or Fusible Link

Okay... My car just recently shut down totally. However i got a jump and made it to work. Before i made it all a way to work the lights in the interior started to flicker and acted as if it wanted to cut off. So when it was time for me to go home from work. The car wouldnt turn on at all.. We put another battery in it to try to get it home.. (Lexus battery) but would start but sparked when connected the fusible link .. So we went and bought another one and connected it the opposite of the first time it also blow so now im at a lost of words... Any info is well appreciated...

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  • dklauriedon Sep 18, 2008

    the fuse arced on the positive battery cable,i put in a new battery , and the car died within 20 minutes. How do I replace the fuse


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So you reversed the connections and you think you nuked something? Right?

Check all fuses and relays. Replace any fuses that are blown and all relays that look scorched/burnt.
If that doesn't work, take to dealer to make sure the computer and advanced control electronics didn't get fried.

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