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23 Feb 2021 12:00 #46990 by Nmaleek
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2012 suzuki alto no power and battery is good. When I checked the fuse battery positive to fuse showing 12.45 but battery negative to fuse no voltage. Can anyone help me please thanks

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23 Feb 2021 16:14 - 23 Feb 2021 16:15 #46993 by Chad
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Nmaleek wrote: When I checked the fuse battery positive to fuse showing 12.45 but battery negative to fuse no voltage. Can anyone help me please thanks


Sounds like the fused circuit is OPEN from the battery. And, possibly, shorted to GROUND. This is a situation that I would do a continuity test between the FUSE and BATTERY ( - ), as a precaution, before going much farther. What circuit are you testing?

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23 Feb 2021 16:37 #46994 by Nmaleek
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Thank you for answer I'm testing completely dead vehicle and when I checked the fuse using test light none of the fuse got power and I'm confused when I checked positive terminal to the fuse it's got voltage and I checked the positive to alternator housing test light lights I'm not sure whether ignition switch or something else I'm still learning about vehicle electric
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