Car gets no electrical power at all...won't start or take a jump.
I was driving...and the power just cut off ...the car won't take a jump, turn over, or the lights and power accessorys won't works...i heard a pop when it cut off and was driving down a bumpy road...its possible a fuse or relay poppped but i don't have the owners manual to know what fuse goes where ...any answers
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Re: car gets no electrical power at all...won't start or...
Check the fusable link at the starter solenoid by pulling on each on, if it fill rubbery and streches then it is bad. Check for voltage at starter to ground also. If you have power to your starter then I would suspect a fusable link. also next circuit to test woud be from switch to smal terminal on solenoid. You should get power when key is in start position. Hope this helps you
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I assume there's a problem with alternator. Check the grounding to engine, check continuity of a positive wire between alternator and battery. the energizing voltage should be checked as well. Might be the bad connection between battery and vehicle body grounding. Diesel cars are sensitive even in a little loss of connection and rust in the connection points.
you mentioned new alternator and battery, but it seem that the alternator is not charging, when you install the new battery the car started and run and after hours of running specially if head light is on the car shuts down. this is an indication that the alternator is not charging. (factory defect) have it checked or return part to auto supply.
if alternator is good and you have the car jumped and run it will not shut down even if your battery is dead because the charge of the alternator is enough to power the electrical system of the car until you turn it off. this applies to all cars
you cut cord have open circuit.your electrical cord has three wires neutral wire white wire black wires hot wire and bare wire for ground. if you cut either neutral wire or hot black wire in the electrical cord no power can flow to trimmer motor if you cut wire need to fix wire to get trimmer work again.