Hi Guys, New face here, been a lurker for a bit and more recently a member. I've got a 1999 Legnum VR-4 which has been great until recently. On Friday night I was driving from Melbourne to Phillip Island and the the tacho and speedo dropped to 0 and had no acceleration at all, all lights and car stereo were working fine so I pulled off to the side to check and see if I could find the issue. I thought it might be the IFS module which is why I had purchased an IFS bypass kit and brought it with me, I swapped that out and went to start it *POP* the 10amp inline fuse blew. So I then tried to bypass it with the paperclip method and it then won't even try to crank. I've removed the back seats to try and hear the fuel pump, it doesn't prime like a lot of cars but when cranking you can hear it work and I can smell fuel at least. Car didn't overheat, battery voltage is fine and I've even swapped it out still the same issue. Fuses are all okay both in the cabin and engine bay. So I'm leaning towards an electrical issue or maybe even something grounding out, has any experienced something along these lines, or have any ideas? The only other thing is that it's got an immobilizer/alarm fitted by the previous owner, not certain if that will help. My next step will be to check up error codes when I've got time but I'm leaning towards something more serious as it's blowing the IFS bypass fuse instantly when set to accessories. Thanks.