I JUST REPLACED MY ALTERNATOR AND NOW MY CAR HAS...

1998 Acura CL

Tiny

Anonymous

October, 21, 2012 AT 2:49 PM

I just replaced my alternator and now my car has absolutely no power. I think I grounded the alternator wires as sparks flew but I then disconnected the negative terminal on the battery but when I reconnected the negative terminal the car has absolutely no power anywhere. The 100 amp battery fuse looks blown. Could this be the cause or what else should I look for

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Tiny

saturntech9

October, 21, 2012 AT 3:22 PM

You never unhooked the battery before you started changing the alternator?That was a big mistake. Yes that 100 amp fuse is a main fuse replace it and see what happens also look for more blown ones.

Tiny

hondatech1983

March, 4, 2014 AT 10:07 AM

If the main fuse is blown your vehicle will have no electrical power.

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