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Old 27 Aug 2016, 11:53 am
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i hooked up my battery cables backwards on my 2009 cruiser ,the car starts but initialy it wouldnt seems to be fine except i get a no fuse warning light that comes on ,checked my fuses under the hood and they are good what is going on does anybody know thanks.
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Old 27 Aug 2016, 11:57 am
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Default Re: no fuse warning light

Welcome to the forum

Does everything work?

Your engine light on? If so what are the codes?
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Old 27 Aug 2016, 03:05 pm
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thanks for repling,just went out to the car to check that,the light is gone and everything is working as far as i can tell,the warning light yesterday defintly said no fuse but the car started and idled fine dont know if any acc were not working at the time,but the car was completly dead with no power of any kind after i hooked up the cables backwards yesterday ,just let it sit a while i have no idea what is going on.
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Old 27 Aug 2016, 03:11 pm
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I would suggest making sure you do a battery load test to make sure the battery is still okay. Was there a reason for having battery cables hooked up to the battery?
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Old 27 Aug 2016, 07:17 pm
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Default Re: no fuse warning light

The cables on mine are not long enough to do that. Did you put the battery in backwards? That's the ONLY way I can see that happening.
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Old 27 Aug 2016, 08:21 pm
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i had the battery out because i was working on the car also wanted to clean the tray so i used my jumper cables and hooked up the neg jumper cable to the frame and accidentaly hooked up the pos jumper to the neg cable i wasnt paying attention, anyway the car runs and starts the no fuse light comes on but then shuts off in about a minute, also thou my airbag light is now on not blinking ,steady could this be related to the polarity being reversed i had to replace the head in this car,timing belt was not fun,got that finished than i did this and screwed it up. its electrical.
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Old 27 Aug 2016, 08:24 pm
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oh i forgot to answer your ? there is no check engine light on my battery is good since it starts my car
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