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Ignition module failure how would I know?

I can't seem to get any power past door buzz and headlights on my 92 toyota p/u no dash lights,hazzerds,radio,and i have checked all the fuses and battrey.i'm out of ideas!!

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All Fuses? Under hood & down by left foot? Sometimes 30/40A fuses can blow & still look OK. Check them with a meter.

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