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You accidentally crossed the jumper cables to your 1995 Ford Escort and now the whole thing is dead despite a new battery Is there a main fuse that could have blown or did you kill your car?

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2006-02-23 20:25:50
2006-02-23 20:25:50

there is a fuselink in the battery lead to the starter that likely blew.

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