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    grounded alternator now no power!

    2004 forester xt grounded the alternator to the intake manifold have check all fuses in car and under hood everything seems to be ok couldnt find any blown. i am getting a door bing and thats it i have no cluster or any lights. is there a main breaker or fuse to protect the ecu in case this ever happen? thanks

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    Looking at the wiring diagram, there is a 100A fuse in the main fuse block that connects the battery to the alternator. Did you check this fuse?

    Please give provide the following info:

    a) was the engine running when it happened?

    b) quick short (hit it with a screwdriver etc) or something prolonged?

    c) does your horn still work?

    Vince

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    wtf mike, you sitting on the sh!tter while on the interwebz again, and dont have time to proof read? geeze! what a N00B!
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