Yes the one's on the right doesn't seem to be blown but the left one is definitely as it won't do anything unless he put that piece of wire instead of the fuse.Am I not seeing a blown fuse on the battery terminal integrated fuse block contraption? Hold it up to the light like that photo from amazom. Gross, scamazon.
Also your friend owes you something and you get to make fun of his inability to distinguish red from black.
Sounds like you might have a few more blown fuses. Check the fuse panel under the dash.
Fuse 1, 14, 28, and 44 would be my guess. Probably should inspect them all. Kind of split between 1 and 44 can't remember which one powers the OBD port. Will have to look when I have access to the manuals tonight.
Was talking about the photo you linked from Hondapartshub with amazon aws link. https://s3.amazonaws.com/rparts-sit...84fdc737/40f6751d40183d6474a61f1f5a05de32.jpgHuh? Did the forum add amazon ads? You my friend need an ad blocker.
Oh yuck. The forum didn't download the image and serve it from vertical scope? Yuck. Won't be doing that again. Edited the photo post to be hosted here.
I do not endorse auto parts from Amazon at all. Way too many counterfeit products and Amazon does nothing about it. Bearings, sparkplugs, and engine air filters all come to mind. They will list and show an OEM part and you get china junk attempting to be OEM parts. The layperson would probably not catch it until too late. NGK spark plugs are notoriously bad if fulfilled by Amazon.
Sure if you don't mind wasting your time. Couple extra dollars is worth it to me to purchase from a reputable vendor and not miss deadlines.