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95 ford e150 no power no lights no start

I have no power to start the van. I really need it for work. Replaced starter, distributor cap, rotor ignition, battery, coil? What should I do next. Help is appreciated. Thanks in advance.

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So many directions to go....I would start with making sure you have a fully charged battery and good connections to the battery and starter as well as the starter sloenoid.As i recall there is fusable links that give power to the whole system and they are located on the solenoid this is assuming what you mean by no power no lights no start is when you turn the key it will not turn over at all.
Let me know
Jim

Posted on Oct 07, 2008

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