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No power to the fuse box

Battery is good, no power coming into the fuse box, no dash lights anything inside. have stereo hooked up to battery an it works but nothing else will

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I think it has 2 boxes. but id look at the ignition switch. do the headlights work. and is there a big fuse very close to the battery you might be over looking. and a lot of time the fuse box gets power from the starter. check to see if you have power there. and does this truck turn over good luck

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