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Question about fuses

So i had a new alarm put in and it involved the place to mess with my fuses.

fast forward 2 days my car died. i havent brought for service yet, b.c i wantd to see if its something i could fix.

is it possible they broke a fuse or didnt put one back to make my car die?
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I would check them all just in case. If so question is why did it blow?
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is it possible that the guage fuse that controls the odometer is bad? im going to buy fuses now, but you think that has something to do with it? i heard stories about altenators being connected to the same fuse
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What it sounds like is they wired something to a continuos hot source and its drawing amps even when ignition is off. Bring it back to them.
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