I'd have to make sure the battery has a full charge and the connections are good. Use a testlite on the fuses in the fuse block, your looking for voltage. You have to use a digital multimeter--testlite-- whatever to check for voltage. Some fuse circuits are hot all the time, some go hot when you turn on the key. The fuses should have a bare spot over each leg, you don't have to pull the fuse to check for voltage, just check each bare spot. The ground for whatever tester your using, goes to a metal part of vehicle/ chassis ground. The other end, you touch to the bare spot over each fuse leg.
You may have an issue with a fusible link. Some of the circuits off the positive battery post, may go to a junction block, for fusible links. Fusible links should be hot on both sides, if the link is ok.
Wednesday, March 17th, 2010 AT 3:23 PM