I dont have any power to my car

randyr64
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Asked by Mar 08, 2013 at 07:06 PM about the Hyundai Santa Fe

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I dont have any power to the car after trying to jump start it

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kbro
22,245

are the battery cables tight and clean?

mrmoony
2,730

Fuseable link blown pops into my head.

Racer_X
21,425

Could it be the battery itself that needs replacing? When the last time you installed a new one? The one in my old '06 Volvo S40 just died for NO apparent reason on day...out of the clear blue....had to get a new one bought and installed by AAA b/c I was stuck in my dang driveway...Thankfully, the AAA price was comparable to Pep Boys or Auto Zone,,

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