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Old 11-18-2012, 04:13 PM   #1
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1995 Toyota 4runner V6-New battery no power to anything

Alright, so my battery has been going for a while and ive been getting jumps reqularly. Yesterday, i went to get a jump. Before any cables were connected i was seeing some lights on my dash, so some power was flowing through the car. When the guy who was helping me went to attach the cables from the battery pack im not certain but he may have put the cables on backwards to start out. BAsically, i think something got fried. Cause after that i didnt have any power at all. We tried a different battery pack with more power in it making sure the cables were on the right terminals. But still there was nothing. I got a new battery thats fully charged today and i put that in but still there was nothing registering, not even the power locks work. Could it be the 80 amp fusable link, or some other fuse? Any info helps!! Thanks
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Old 11-18-2012, 04:42 PM   #2
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Could it be the 80 amp fusable link, or some other fuse? Any info helps!! Thanks
Yes, the 80a probably went. If it's in the fuse box, you need to split the box in two 1/2 way down because that relay is bolted in from the bottom.
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Old 11-18-2012, 10:29 PM   #3
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Could be that the fusible links are open

It could also be a bad ground. What do your battery cables and terminals look like.

If you don`t have a multimeter now might be a good time to invest in one.
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