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Do you hear a click or anything when you go to start it?
Also, do you have a test light to use to check the fuses to make sure there is actually power at the fuse we need to check?
Translated does this mean you don't have a test light?Can you check fuse #15 in the fuse box under the hood and make sure it's not blown?If I understand your original post, you do have some power to some things on the car?
Just got your second post, this might be the fuse I am talking about.
Give me a few minutes to look and see if I can come up with the fusible link location for you
So far I have only come up with the BATT3 fusible link, 50 amp in the box
Please check it, I am going to continue to look, I have some ideas to chec
Didn't want you to think I just vanished!
Might have something, it looks like there is a 200 amp fuse on the line to the starter from the alternator. This could be the fuse and it's inline, red wire off the alternator going right to the starter.
Start at the alternator and follow the red wire to the starter, this should be in there I am not sure if this is a blade fuse or a old style wire fusible link, but if it's the old style is should be burned if it's the problem.
Please let me know.
I know it will take a bit but I will be here for a couple hour.
Sorry, I got nothing, nothing showing an 80 amp megafuse in the system.
Just the main fusibles in the fuse box. I am going to open this back up for the other experts.
Perhaps someone has better wiring diagrams then I do and will be able to help you.
Please don't reply or it will lock it back to me. Sorry I wasn't able to help, but there's quite a few of us on here so maybe someone has come across this.