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Why would the fans and radio no longer work after replacing the alternator if the fuses are still good?

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2004-08-18 16:04:49
2004-08-18 16:04:49

Your radio and fan may have shoted out or the wrong amps are being used. If there isn't enough amps to run everything. The battery might not have enough juice, or there are wires touching somewhere.

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