Do you have a test light or a digital volt meter?
Yes I have both.
Check the fusible link wires on both ends. You should find atleast one that is blown.
were would these be located
Let me look it up for you. be right back
thanks I have no manuals
They will be on the starters main battery terminal. I will post a diagram for you
be right back
ok I will see what I can find. Thanks will respond when done.
I have one link from the starter and the main lead from the battery and they both appear to be good.
If you only have one fusible link at the starter then there has to be more mounted to the fire wall or near the battery. Look for a small black box that has two brass colored studs with wires running to it. " usualy 2in sqare" and see if there are any fusible links to it.
ok will look
Also with your test light see if you have power to all the fuses. There will be a space ontop of the fuses where metal will poke through the plastic. Touch your test light to both sides of the fuses to see if you have power to both sides with the ignition switch on. Let me know what fuses do not have power at all and what fuses only have power to one side.
I am soory I can not be more specific as to the location of the rest of the fuseable links
I found the problem it was a fuse on the inside fuse box one of several that list radio. Thought I found them all last night but obviously I missed this one Called radio, hvac ,rfa,cluster data link. thanks for your help and I had already checked the ones you mentions in your last reply. I would like to pay for your time anyway whats the easiest way to do that? A tip if you will.
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Sorry for the typos passed should be bassed
Happy new year.
Thank you and you too.