2003 honda accord

Asked by Feb 11, 2016 at 04:48 PM about the 2003 Honda Accord EX

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have checked and have power to
ALL FUSES just no power to the
car after touching a screwdriver to
the alternator while attempting to
remove it. I didnt remove battery
cables first. Now ....No power at
all and I do show power to all
fuses??

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You may have burnt out the alternator itself, or a fusible link somewhere in the power supply. Not sure about your particular year, but s lot of cars have a power supply under the hood. Inside that, you should see 2 terminals, 1 is from the battery into the box. This one is connected to a second terminal by a metal looking plate to a second terminal and cable. That cable comes out of the power supply box and goes to the starting/charging system. check both terminals with a 12V test light and make sure you have power at both terminals, then let me know if you have power on both of the cables and we can take it from there.

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