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Check your battery terminals. 

Are there 2 cables on the positive side or 1? If there are 2 there is supposed to be a spacer between the 2 cables at the post. 

A little tip. Please try to give as much info as possible when you start a topic. You provided minimal info for the answers you are getting. 

A year, model, and some more info would be very helpful

GM FAN FOREVER

Nice, clean, luxury= fine automobile

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Kind of a vague question:  "got no power".  Have you no power (electrical) to the battery; normal if your charging system is charging your 'good' battery and the electrical power module is cutting the charge (because it is full).  This, if you have certain models.  You don't list your vehicle (or much anything else); help us help you.

Chuck

'17 XT5, '04 Bravada........but still lusting for that '69 Z-28

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