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Won't crank, relay good.

Car won't crank. Activated relay manually, cranks fine. Not getting power from key switch. Relay is grounded, indicating nutral safety switch is working. Is there a fuse thru which power to starter relay has to pass. Which one, where is it? Any ideas before I put in a door bell push button switch?

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Fuse would be in the outside fuse box. Look for the one labeled starter. If you are not getting power to the starter, could be an ignition switch.

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