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Car Has No Electrical Power

Discussion in 'Engine Tech / Drivetrain' started by KCCivic, Jun 19, 2011.

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  1. KCCivic

    KCCivic Dat Slab of VTEC

    Nov 1, 2010
    Olathe Kansas
    Hi Guys,

    Car is a 1998 Civic EX 5 Speed, D16Y8. We just completed replacing the clutch on the car, but we replace cv shafts, slave, and thats about it. As we are about to fire it up, all is good. Right as we start it, We hear a click, and the power goes out. Lights dont work, nothing works inside. We've tried charging the battery, looking overthrew at everything, but we cant figure it out. NONE of the fuses work under the dash, but they all work under the hood. Any suggestions, or what could be wrong?
  2. Gunner

    Gunner New Member Registered VIP

    Mar 14, 2011
    Virginia beach
    alternator...check that first...also your battery could be fried and not holding a charge.. could be bad connection and or loose connections..i would start with those.
  3. RonJ

    RonJ Banned

    Oct 20, 2007
    Houston, TX
    Clean and tighten the battery connectors and the battery ground wire attached to the chassis.


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