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No current in engine bay fuse box to the EVO/ABS solenoid fuse holder...

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Main fuse usually 80 to 120 amp and it bolt in

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you never mentioned if you have power from the switch, check for power in and out of switch with volt ohm meter, then trace wiring to starter

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