i changed the battery in my 1990 toyota 4x4 truck and now i have no electrical. fuses look good, what else could it be?

Asked by Nov 25, 2016 at 05:59 PM about the 1990 Toyota Pickup

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of course the battery cables have seen some corrosion in their time...may not even be visible...but do recommend you examine the bolt to the frame/chassis and to the motor block/ a/c bracket...these have to pull 40 amps to make sure enough surface area to allow that to happen~ the ground is my first suspect...even the starter motor with the red connection may be ok, but the face of the mounting flange should be happy with that amperage as well~

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