1996 camry replaced the battery & wont start

Asked by Aug 11, 2015 at 07:40 PM about the 1996 Toyota Camry LE V6

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Replaced the battery, momentarily crossed the cables blew a fuse, corrected the cable placement and replaced the fuse. the headlights, door chime, emergency flashers all work, nothing else comes on and car will not turn over, I can feel the relay click

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Check the fuse again that you just replaced. Did it blow again ?

checked it and all the fuses all are good, it there a fusible link?

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Check wire going to starter most of the time that is where the fusible link.

thanks for the in-put, I have not looked at the link yet but does the ignition switch come in after the link? it appears as though everything from the switch is dead

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When things like making a mistake putting the battery in wrong is the reason they put in fuses so that it will not burn out a main part. Google this Put battery in wrong on the year , make and model of your vehicle and it will take you to some sites that will show you the fuse that needs to replace when battery has been installed wrong.

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