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Old 01-11-2003, 07:24   #1 (permalink)
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Battery Power Problems????

I just installed all my new stereo and everything and it was going fine then next thing you know the stereo power went off.. i didnt know what happend but i then found out that there was no power running to the stereo at all.. i chekt the fuses and they were fine, but then next thing u know night came along and i went to move the car and no interior lights came on, no dash no intereior lights at all, then because the Key lock lights outside were the only things were on and they wouldnt turn off they were the only things that would be on..


What could be wrong

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Old 01-11-2003, 11:57   #2 (permalink)
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wiring problem may of cut into the dash light wire or rubbed
though then stereo fitting happend.

what model of car buy the way.

there should be a fuse blownen but if theres a firing muckup.

strange very.

if still have problems im a west aussy to

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Old 01-11-2003, 23:15   #3 (permalink)
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its an '93 EB Series 2

ive checkt the fuse box under the dash and they are all fine. is there any other fuses any where on the car??

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Theres some fusible links at the battery. My money is on these little babies!!
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Old 01-12-2003, 19:17   #5 (permalink)
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There are fusalbe links in the engine bay and they are rated pretty high so you'd wanna hope you haven't blown one.. Did you fit the unit?
Before fixing the fuse, you should check the whole system to be sure you have it ired right. The wires to the stereo are all fused by smaller rating fuses. These would go first.
Although time consuming check the system especially the circuits that don't work. From battery, through fuses, though radio & lights all the way to the earth.
A bad earth will give you bad power..
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