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Q: No power to vehicle

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I have no power to my vehicle whatsoever. A multimeter test is showing my battery as being good though.

The battery and starting system would need to be checked to see if the battery or the cables are a problem. The charging system would need to be checked also. I recommend having a certified mechanic, like one from YourMechanic, come check your vehicle’s loss of power and perform the needed repairs for your car.

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