It has a new alternator, new main fuse (the one that screws into fuse box), new battery fuse, new ignition fuse, new spark plugs, battery has been tested and holds a full charge. I even replaced the electrical portion of the ignition switch. Still nothing.
There is absolutely no life to the car, wont jump, wont turn over. Not even a door open or key in the ignition annoying beeping sound.
I tested every single fuse port in both fuse boxes.
The fuse box underneath the hood, when I tested the male posts of the fuse box (where the female fuses push onto, the bigger size fuses, 30a, 50a, etc)
Each fuse port has two male posts.
I tested both posts individually by holding the black stick of the multimeter to the positive terminal of the battery, and placing the red stick of the multimeter on each post.
I have the multimeter set to the ohm reader setting where it will just beep to tell me there s connectivity between my two points of contact.
So I am testing each port in the fuse box, both posts in each port give me a beep back. Except for the right side post in the ignition fuse port.
The left post in that port gives me a beep but the right one does not.
Is this one single post my problem? If agreed, what is my next step?
Find the wire connected to the faulty post
And test to see where the current stops?
Because the wire could possibly be cracked or cut an grounding the power out before getting to the post?
please help I am so stumped and I cannot find anyone who has any experience on how to repair this problem.
The car is in Las Vegas.
Any help is much appreciated and thank you for taking the time.
have the same problem?
Saturday, December 3rd, 2016 AT 8:24 PM