No power at windows or headlight switch

Asked by Jul 10, 2018 at 09:31 PM about the 1978 Chrysler Cordoba

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I think i have some blown fusible links but dont
know where to start

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It has a recently replaces engine worked fine before install

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There's a batch of them right on the drivers inner fender, so grab your test light and start probing. You should also check the engine to body, body to battery and battery to body ground wiring and straps, I had issues with those on my old 77 Doba. And as they get older they tend to start eating headlight switches, I rewired mine to use relays to drive the headlights and the switch to drive just the relays, wiring harnesses are not the best and are subject to corrosion if you live in a damp climate or where salt is used on the roads.

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