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CHEVY NO POWER TO FUSE BLOCK

1992 Chevrolet Astro

Electrical problem
1992 Chevy Astro 6 cyl Two Wheel Drive Automatic 208000 miles

The van belongs to my daughter and was running two months ago. The battery was dead and has been replaced. There is still no power to the fuse block, no lights, no ignition, etc. Does this van have a master fuse in the wiring from the battery to the fuse block, or a circuit breaker? Any ideas would help.
Thanks,
Wallace
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Wallaceastrovan
July 26, 2008.



Check the fusible links. And main fuse under the hood, in battery junction box.
CIRCUIT PROTECTION DEVICES CIRCUIT PROTECTION DEVICES LOCATION Component Location Battery Junction Block On left side of firewall. Circuit Breakers Auxiliary A/C In convenience center. Auxiliary Heater In convenience center. Foglight Relay In convenience center. Power Accessories In fuse block. Power Seats In convenience center. Power Window In fuse block. Convenience Center Under left side of dash, left of steering column. Fuse Block 4.3L (VIN W) Behind left side of dash. See Fig. 1. 4.3L (VIN Z) Behind left side of dash. See Fig. 2. Fusible Links A/C Clutch Control Relay (Gray) At battery junction block. Alternator (Rust) At starter solenoid (2 links). Ignition Switch/Fuse Block (Black) At battery junction block (2 links). In-Line Fuses Foglights Taped to wiring harness, near fuse block. Power Mirror Taped to wiring harness, above fuse block. Trailer Tapede to harness, above left kick panel. Page 1 of 1 ELECTRICAL COMPONENT LOCATOR -1992 Chevrolet Astro 7/27/2008

Merlin2021
Jul 27, 2008.


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