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Could be: park netural switch, battery, battery cable, starter or just battery connections. check the b. connections first. Have you tried to jump it?
Check for power to the starter by having somebody else try to start it while you check for power there. If there is power replace starter if not check the above.
you need to look at the smaller power wire from the battery to the rest of the car..it sounds like the fuseable link failed..check the battery connections also.. replace the fuseable link first and test by turning cars lights on..if they work.. try to start it..process of elimination..good luck..
Usually if the battery is dead, you will hear clicking. If the battery is good then I would check any Starter fuses/relays. If they are good then I would check for power to the starter solenoid. You can find many youtube videos on how to check this.
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Usually a sign of something draining the battery. The machine test probably showed the battery could hold a charge and the alternator was charging the battery. You may need to have someone check for a power drain. When the key switch is off, there may be a weak short to ground or a relay or component that is using power.
The ignition switch attached to the column is probally bad, check the small wire to the sloenoid for battery when the key is turned to the start postion, if no battery, your not getting power from the ignition switch to the starter solenoid.