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Nothing when I turn the iginition switch on.

No head lights, No inside lights, Nothing. But HORN sounds. I can honk.
I replaced the old battery with new one thinking battery problem.
Nop. It's still same.
I am lost. Can you help me out to find out the cause of this problem ?
FYI, It's Honda CR-V 2004.


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