Dodge charger rt no power

Asked by Rchavez5 Jan 23, 2018 at 04:19 PM about the 2010 Dodge Charger R/T RWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Alt. fried on my 2010 dodge charger rt ...replaced it
and checked for any blown fuses on both fuse
blocks they were good....checked batt and it tested
out good..and i have no power at all???

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Follow the positive battery cable going to fuse box and test for power there. If you have power at the end of the battery cable and not on fuses, you have a bad connection, it could've melted. Process of elimination.

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I had the same issue with my 06 rt... Disconnect the battery terminals and tie the cables ends together... disconnect all the connectors under the fuse panel under the hood... Let it stay that way for 12 hours minimum... then reconnect the fuse panel, making sure they are firmly in place... then reconnect the battery cables starting with the positive... The power should be restored to your vehicle... If you don't understand what I am referring to... look up a hard reset for your vehicle...

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