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Old 07-22-2017, 01:35 AM   #15
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I think I have the diagram you need. It's about 15mb though so not sure how to get it to you.
Private message me your email and I'll try and get it to you. I'll be out from 11am (UK time) and won't be back till tomorrow evening.

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Old 07-22-2017, 01:58 AM   #16
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OK, take a breath, and start at the beginning, you had a battery problem, so start there, take a 12 volt test light, and make sure you have 12 volt power to all the things you have mentioned! There is a fuse on your battery cables, follow them from your posts back and you will find them, don't know if both the positive and negative both have them, but one will have the fuse for sure! It may be covered up with tape and just look like a lump!
Also check ALL the wires, you may have missed one when replacing the battery's, ( don't ask how I know this?) I think you find something simple just go slow, and you will find it! Rail!
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