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2006 peterbilt model 335 I was replacing batteries and I touch the metal cover so big spark so I try to start my truck and no power at all
Take a look at your battery connection point and see if it has a fusible link. If so, thats what's wrong. The fusible link looks like a heavy wire with a bulge in it, usually directly attached to battery. Easily replaceable.
If there is no fusible link, check for a blown fuse or circuit breaker in the first fuse panel attached by a large wire to the battery.
I hope this helps. If not, write back!
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Posted on Mar 25, 2014
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