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Disconnect stering shaft for the #3 plug. I have no power at all

When I changed my plugs on my 98 GMC Jimmy had to disconnect stering shaft for the #3 plug, after putting everything back together I have no power at all and can't even remove my key how do I fix this?
I'm not sure if it is the alarm system that is causing the problem or not...When I was in the prosses of removing the stering shaft, I heard a winding noise as if a wind-up toy was winding down, I heard this near the fuse box or maybe a little beneith the fuse box. not sure what it was... I'm stumped. Any help would be great.

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