Is there a fuse or a switch that will disable power if my truck was towed?
2005 Titan. It got hot ( hose blew) and I shut it off. I had it towed to my
house, and now it doesn't register any electrical power. The battery is less
than 3 months old, , but I tried to jump it anyway.
There is a main fuse, but I'd check to make sure th battery actually has a charge before tearing into things. Then check main and other fuses. Wouldn't hurt to pick up an mini & maxi fuse kit, they come with a fuse tester that makes it quick and easy, no need to remove a fuse to see if it is good. If battery is good and all fuses and relays are good, then check the fusible links. when the hose blew it may have his one of more parts of the wiring harness or soaked the starter circuit which blew the fusible link.
Just re-read where you say you tried to jump it, overlooked that. If the car showed no electrical power when hooked up to the jumper cables, I'd look at the fusible links.
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