On Saturday, I went to get groceries with the mini truck. I made three stops while I was out, the first two stops being uneventful. At the third stop, I got my groceries, got back in the truck, put on my seat belt, key in the ignition, foot on the clutch, turned the key and absolutely nothing happened. I checked the turn signals, hazard switch, lights and had no response from anything. I have had this happen before, so I got out and took a look at the battery. In addition to the larger 8ga wire leading from the positive battery terminal, there is a secondary wire, maybe 16ga, with a fuse connected to it. I found that the end of the wire had turned turquoise with the copper corroding, until the wire was no more. Not having any tools in the truck, I had to go back inside, buy a small spool of wire, a package of crimp connectors, a wire stripper and two pair of the cheapest pliers I could get. Almost $20 worth of supplies for a 10 cent fix. I'm thinking of replacing the entire length of wire, making use of a new blade-type fuse instead of the existing glass cylindrical fuse and a nice gold-plated ring connector. And probably stainless steel mounting hardware. Since the wire disappears into a harness about 10" up, can anyone tell me where the other end of this wire goes, whether it goes to a single point or if it branches off to multiple components, and the amp rating of the fuse?