This happened to me one time. Driving down the road, crusing at 65 mph, and BAM DEAD! Scared the crap outta me.
Turns out my coil wire had sheered itself off.
Though that wouldnt account for your lights not working.
If the battery is new, and no lights, maybe your positive wire from it is cut.
Maybe your blew a bunch of fuses?
Or maybe, the wiring harness (looking at the engine, right side, behind the battery, mounted against the right side, infront of strut tower) got burnt up.
I hate to say this in a mean way but "good luck fixing that"
its got 32 wires you gotta splice in the right place.
It sucks to replace =/
though I believe that wiring harness is engine based, so why the lights dont work either is baffaling.
I would check all your fuses. And circuit breakers.
If not that. I dont know what to tell ya.
=D hope I helped!
Friday, September 19th, 2008 AT 12:59 PM