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Checked all fuses under the hood, and on passenger side. checked the fuse box under the hood battery is at 12.5 volts

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1st make sure your battery cables are clean .. sometimes the battery will check ok with a meter but if you turn something on in the car it will not let juice go through cables if they are dirty at battery .. Next check to make sure battery cable on starter is tight .thanks Jerry holler if you need more

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