your correct, I was thinking the next one down. but none the less...
follow the top right brown wire on the fuse box back until you find a flat
square thing. This is the main fuse. wiggle the connections on it. It should
be fairly close to the fuse box. The second fuse down should be the
From: Avi Flax [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Monday, June 21, 1999 9:26 PM
To: Elliott, Patrick
Subject: RE: Got the Bonnet Open! - Car won't start!
But the owner's handbook said that it is for the horn, interior lights, etc,
nothing cruicial. Is it wrong?
At 09:27 PM 6/21/99 -0700, you wrote:
>The top fuse is the "MOST" important in your case. This one supplies power
>to the ignition.
>Of course, the car still won't start. We tried jumping it with my Trans Am,
>no matter what we just can't get anything electrical to work at all.
>Nothing. Even with my Trans Am supplying the juice. We checked the fuses,
>and the top one is out. The handbook said that that fuse is not for
>important though. Anyone have any ideas on what's wrong? There is a little
>wire on the top of the battery which is connected to both the positive and
>negative terminals, and has a little harness, which isn't connected to
>anything. Should it be?