Cars .. Battery .. Fuse


Asked by Jan 24, 2016 at 07:49 PM about the 2007 Cadillac Escalade

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

While replacing a battery I put the battery on the wrong
side I connected the negative or the positive positive on
the negative now my car won't even start  or the lights
won't turn on what fuse needs replacement?

4 Answers


It is unknown how many you may have blown, they are called main fuses and they have different amp ratings, they are located in the main power distribution box under the hood.


Then hope you didn't fry something else more expensive.

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Do you know what causes the dlis fuse (#34 -2A) to blow on a 2007 cadillac ext?


2 amp fuse so its something light duty, possibly a power port, or even a KAM circuit

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