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Truck does not start--lights do work.

About two months ago I bypassed the fusable link on my V6 engine. Everything was fine then. This morning I get in and nothing. I have already replaced solenoid, key cylinder, ignition switch on steering column.

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You should never bypass a fuseable link. Check your ground iff the battery and replace the fuseable link.

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