Put a new battery in a 1995 Suzuki Swift and I put it in wrong and it blew a 60 amp fuse and now nothing work how do I fix it

Asked by Mar 14, 2013 at 06:18 AM about the 1995 Suzuki Swift 2 Dr STD Hatchback

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Replace the 60amp fuse and try hooking the battery the correct way.

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...charge the battery back up again, that way you won't be taxing performance by the onboard charging effort-

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if you have caused a reverse polarity power spike to the ecu nothing will work as you would have fried it sounds like you may have to replace the engine management 1 as the suzuki i belive has 2 ecus one for the engine and one for everything else

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