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There should be a 100amp fuse in the box near the battery for the main circuit between the alternator and battery. The engine computer controls output. If the fuse has power you may need a shop to check the charging system.
The battery power is routed through the starter on your car. If your starter connections are wrong or you blew a fuselink while changing the starter, you will get no power at the ignition switch. Double check your starter connections and test also for a blown fuselink.
I can not supply part numbers without knowing which fuselink or thermostat relay is nbad. To access the heater you must unplug the unit. Then remove the grill covering the top part of the evaporator. That is the cooling coil towards the front of the unit. Once you remove these parts you can unscrew the mounting screws for the heater and pull it out of the cavity behind the evaporator coil. You then use a volt/ohm meter set for ohms/continuity. Remove the wires from each fuselink and relay. Place the two meter leads on the 2 terminals to each part. If you get no reading the part is bad. Any reading the part is good. Check the heater wire for continuity also,inspect it for a broken coil. The thermostats and relays should be replaced in pairs even if one reads good.
Sounds like the positve cable on the starter or the fuse link is loose or going bad. Check for good clean connections at battery, starter and fuselinks. This should solve or get you in the right direction.
I believe the power supply to the cooling fan is a fusable link. You will find several of them together by the strut tower. To do a quick easy check - visual inspection may show a burnt wire or simply tug on each fuselink. If it stretches the fuselink wire is burnt. Be aware that the ground for the rad fan is located on one of the starter bolts and is real commonly left disconnected after changing a starter. Starter solonoids commonly have issues on those vehicles so chances of it being changed is highly likely.
well theirs tw ways you can do this.. clip each wire one at a time and wire them direct to each other.. or tke the main power suply wire and wire a fuse link in ..then hook all the other up direct.. and just omit the fuse box or juction box..a little bit of brain work and you can do it n\maybe with male and femal connectors..