Have a look at the main wire that comes from the battery, sometimes they run from the battery to a conector that corodes and then you loose all the power to the fuse box, that same bad conection can cause the alternator not to charge the battery and than you replace the alternator not fixing the route cause
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Find the starter should be up front where the tranny meets the engine get someone to help u take a regular hammer & TAP! not hit the starter while the other person is turning the key& see if starter starts to engage. If it works you need new starter if not idk without physical having the car in front of me.
OK i just spent three hours with tha same problem really. i removed casing around steering column done by removing 4 screws on the underside. the bottom half of the dash is also done up by a series of screws remove these also. Once bottom half of dash is removed there will be clips holding head unit in push these in and head unit should slide straight out. :)
Well first thing i would check would be the circuit plug connector at back of instrument panel is it full plugged in? if so check connectors that you did remove before making sure they are also fully and correctly plugged together