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My 93 toyota truck has no power at all to ignition, lights nothin

My original problem was that it would not start right. Sometimes it would crank, sometimes it would just click and sometimes it would try but quit turning. Well I tried to jump the starter using a screwdriver and now I have no power at all to anything. Took the battery out and it is good. I feel like I might have blew a fuse or something but I am not sure where to start. Any help would be appreciated.

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My truck was doing the same thing, and it turned out the starter was going bad, it started drawing too much juice from the battery, so the crank power from the battery wasn't enough to start the motor, but the battery was good, if you jump start it from another vehicle and it starts right away, it is most likely your starter.

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